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Transition Stays - Fashionable Ca. 1795-1810


This pattern was pulled, with permission, from the extant garment in the Danvers' Historical Society in Danvers, Massachusetts. It is stiffened with whalebone. Variations of the front boning from Conner Prairie Museum in Fishers, Indiana and The Chester County Historical Society in West Chester, Pennsylvania are included with the pattern. Comes with detailed Historical Notes explaining and documenting what is unique about a pair of transition stays are included in the pattern package.

All sizes: metal bands for breast-bone casings ($3.00 a pair)

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The stay is worn with Past Patterns Ca 1796-1806 Lewis & Clark Era Front Closing Gown.

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 23 November, 2007.

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