This corset features lace which has been hand-embroidered with silk and metallic threads, and further embellished with crystals and pearls to create a highly embellished surface. It is featured with a petalled skirt made of ivory tulle, which has been embroidered to complement the colouring of the lace and embroidery of the corset.
The detail of the hand-embroidery in shades of red, pink and green can be seen more closely in this image.
The subtle shades of pink and red embroidery, with the pearl and crystal enhancements, can be seen in this close-up.
This sumptuous corset in deep red silk has a Tudor-inspired design embroidered in silk and gold threads. The silk shading on the flowers is deliberately understated to allow the beauty of the design to shine through.
The use of a contrasting gold duchesse satin bias here, together with black leather cording, adds a subtle detail to the close-laced back of this corset.
The delicate shading of the flower in this Tudor-inspired embroidery can be seen in this shot, with the detail of the gold outlining on the flower and the the Jap gold couching which forms the curling stem of this entirely hand-embroidered design.
The multiple layers of fabric and thread that make up this beautiful fabric are hand-crafted and totally unique. The method of creating this fabric cannot be exactly repeated and so each corset created in this way is a one-off.
The Stardust corset is a very fitted style, and is suitable for ladies of all sizes. The flattering curves of this style are enhanced by the detailed embroidery which accentuates the flowing lines of this specially created original fabric.
The Stardust is a longer length than some others, and this style is especially flattering for the shapely silhouette. The open back lacing adds allure.
It is possible here to appreciate the beautifully hand-crafted fabric that was created especially for this corset. The multilayered fabric was embellished with hand-embroidery, and both the lace trim and embroidery were further embellished with Swarovski crystals.
The attraction of the lacing of a corset is shown in this view, with the elongated body shape adding definition and allure.
This back-fastening corset in deep purple silk has been decorated with hand-beaded Venis lace panels, which have been applied to accentuate the curves of the wearer. The duchesse satin trim complements the finish.
This corset is lovingly created from a unique fabric which was specially created by Belladonna & Roses. The beaded lace appliqué further enhances the sumptuous glittering effect.
The antique lace, which was dyed to complement the colourway of this corset, was applied in two panels to the front of this corset. The extensive hand beading of this lace was created by applying a mixture of crystals, bugle beads and pearls to create a rich texture.
This close up shows a little of the detailed work necessary to create this unique fabric. The multiple layers of linen, fibres and organza were densely stitched with metallic thread to create this sumptuous effect.
This simple and elegant corset is made of ivory silk, overlaid with Rashel lace, and subtly decorated with hand-made organza flowers. The black duchesse satin binding gives a clean and elegant finish to the design.
The close fit of the corset enhances the figure, with the hand-made organza flowers with pearl centres to accentuate the cleavage.
This lace-embellished corset was finished with an open-back lacing using silver eyelets and black lacing.
Golden organza rushed over old gold dupion silk creates the soft texture of this corset. The organza is held in place with bullion roses made from cut purl metallic thread and studded with Swarovski crystals.
The softly textured panels at the front of the corset are shown here with the contrasting back panels, which although made from the same combination of organza and silk have been left plain so as to enhance the effect of the front of the corset. The garment is finished in gold duchesse satin binding.
The detailed ruching of the organza, together with the embroidered roses and crystals, can be seen in this close-up.
This emerald green silk corset is heavily hand-embroidered and has lavish beading. The design, inspired by the colours and markings of a peacock, forms a heart-shape of beads across the front opening.
The fan-like pattern found on a peacock's feathers inspired this design, which is hand-embroidered in eight different shades of silk and metallic thread and accented with tiny beads.
This shows the lavish beading detail on the front motif, encompassing shades of bronze, blue, green and silver to accentuate the design.
This spectacular flame-coloured corset was inspired by Stravinsky's 'Firebird' music and is made of red linen, overlaid with brilliant-coloured fibres and then topped with metallic organza which has been machine embroidered in gold thread. This item is currently on sale in my Etsy shop.
This view shows the back of the Firebird corset, with the bright red lacing emphasising the satin bias trim and the multi-coloured shading of the fibre and fabrics used.
This corset in black linen, has been embellished with a gothic motif hand-embroidered with silver and bronze metallic threads and beads. The Venise lace has been hand-beaded and embroidered to complement the Gothic motif. This corset is currently on sale in my Etsy shop.
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