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The corset is made of French broached silk with Rococo floral patterns. It is lined with homespun canvas. It is made of three pieces: one at the back and two at the front. Six large inserts were sewn at the bottom, and metal rings along the cut, through which the ribbon used for tying was threaded. The corset was purchased in Dzianisz between 1887 and 1893 by Maria and Bronisław Dembowski, collectors of Podhale folk art, and in 1922 it was donated to the collection of the Tatra Museum under the provisions of Maria’s will. It is one of the oldest well-preserved corsets from the Podhale region and the proof of direct or indirect cultural contacts stretching outside the region. It is patterned after the 18th-century bourgeois clothes.
ID no.: E/1851/MT
Time and place of creation: 19th century, Dzianisz, Podhale region, Poland
Museum: The Dr. Tytus Chałubiński Tatra Museum in Zakopane
Digitalisation: RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project