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US933610A
US933610A US48887509A US1909488875A US933610A US 933610 A US933610 A US 933610A US 48887509 A US48887509 A US 48887509A US 1909488875 A US1909488875 A US 1909488875A US 933610 A US933610 A US 933610A
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I. YANOWSKY.
CORSET. APPLICATION FILED APR. 9. 190a.
Patented Sept. 7, 1909,.
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IRENE YANOWSKY, OF TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA.
CORSET.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, IRENE YANowsKY, of the city of Toronto, in the county of York, in the Province of Ontario, Canada, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Corsets, of which the following is the specification. r
My invention relates to improvements in corsets, and the object of the invention is to devise a corset, which will follow the natural contour of the body and form a strong and sufficient support and yet dispense entirely with the useof steels or bones.
A further object is to provide a corset, which will be conducive to health and grace and beauty of figure and allow of a perfect freedom of movement.
,Figure 1, is a perspective front view of when in position on the body. Fig. 2, is a back View of the corset when in position on the body. Fig. 3, is a side view of the corset. Fig. 4, is a plan view of the corset open ready to be placed on the body.
In the drawings like letters of reference indicate corresponding parts in each figure.
A is the abdominal portion, which is of substantially broad V-shape form having compound curved converging top edges A and arc-shaped converging edges A and a central quilted portion A between the same.
A is the back portion, which is provided with a reinforcing strip A having holes to receive lacing A (see Fig. 2).
B is the bosom portion, which is substantially tri-angular in form with curved sides and C are the arm holes formed at the ends of the Wings B of the front or bosom portion B. The apex B of the bosom portion B extends down to the abdominal portion A of which it preferably forms a part.
I) are substantially tri-angular pieces connected by rows of stitching D to the front portion B and rows of stitching D to the abdominal portion A. It will be noticed that the stitching D extends only to the end of the quilted portion A and that the ends A* of the abdominal portion are free.
E are the breast pieces, which have curved upper sides, which converge to the center and are fastened together and to the bosom portion B by rows of stitching E and E Specification of Letters Patent.
Application filed April 9, 1909. Serial No. 488,875.-
The upper ends of the breast pieces E are connected to the upper ortions of the pieces 1) by stitching E as in icated and form the arm holes C. v d
F are the front tabs to which the front suspenders of the stocking supporters are attached and F are the back tabs to which the back suspenders of the stocking supporters are attached.
To put on my corset the abdominal portion A is passed around the abdomen and laced tightly at. the back. The arms are passed through the arm holes and then the pieces D are drawn tightly around the back of the body as indicated in Fig. 2, and then passed around the waist to the front portion of the body where the reduced or tapered ends D are connected to eyes G in the front portion of the abdomen by hooks G, thereby securely holding the corset in shape upon the body.
The corset being flexible and without ribs, steels or bones conforms itself to the contour of the body on which it may be tightened to a comfortable degree, and thereby form a support for the same without undue pressure'on any portion and without the discomforts and serious results frequently coincident to corsets in which stiffening bones, steels and the like are utilized.
What I claim as my invention is:
1. A corset comprising an abdominal portion shaped to fit the abdomen and provided with free lacing ends designed to lace at the back and a bosom or connecting side pieces attached to the front and provided with reduced ends designed to be passed crosswise around the body at the back to the front and a suitable fastening at the front as and for the purpose specified.
2. A corset comprising an abdominal portion shaped to fit the abdomen and provided with free lacing ends designed to lace at the back and a bosom or necting side pieces attached to the front and provided with reduced ends designed to be passed crosswise around the body at the back to the front, a suitable fastening at the front and breast pieces secured to the top of the bosom or front portion and forming with the top of the side pieces the arm holes as and for the purpose specified.
front portion and 3. A corset com risin an abdominal poraround the body at the back to'the front and tion shaped to fit e ab omen and rovlded a suitable fastenmg therefor at the front as wlth free lacing ends and a quilte portion and for the purpose sfiecified.
v designed to lace at the back, and a bosom or IRE E YANOWSKY; I 5 front ortion, and connecting side pieces at- Witnesses: tached to the front and provided with re- B. BOYD,
duced'ends designed'to be passed crosswise R. COBAIN.
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US5162015A (en) * 1991-09-25 1992-11-10 Warnaco, Inc. Backless bust-supporting undergarment
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US5148549A (en) * 1991-04-23 1992-09-22 Ergodyne Corporation Back support with side openings and attached apron
US5241704A (en) * 1991-04-23 1993-09-07 Ergodyne Corporation Back support
US5162015A (en) * 1991-09-25 1992-11-10 Warnaco, Inc. Backless bust-supporting undergarment
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