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cage crinoline made from wire and cotton tape

Douglas / Sherwood's New Expansion Skirt 1858. Also called Hoop Skirt or Crinoline Cage.

geisha, japan, probably kyoto? i've seen three, which i was told was unusual...

Bustle Structure - worn at the back of the dress to shape and drape the dress

Godey’s Lady’s Book and Magazine in 1859 provided a picture of “The Woven Extension Skirt” saying that it was impossible to rip or tear the tapes “as they were wove in the springs.” Also in 1859, J. Holmes & Co.

Hoop skirt 1860-1869, 19th century

Douglas & Sherwood's New Expansion Skirt - cage design from 1858

27-10-11 Hoop Skirt Made in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States c. 1865 Made by the Bridgeport Skirt Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut Cotton-covered spring steel hoops; cotton tapes; leather front bindings; tinned steel buckle and fasteners; copper alloy fasteners Diameter (of bottom hoop): 39 inches (99.1 cm)

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To keep a consistency to the era, Lady Bracknell would wear a crinoline to support her skirt to form a perfect bell shape. The crinoline would be white because it would not be shown to anybody but Lady Bracknell.