Flexible two part stainless steel corset busks - sometimes called split busks - which are sturdier than the more common white powder coated flexi busks and are used as the front fastening for many types of corsetry from the Victorian age onwards.
These corset busks can be used in traditional Victorian and Edwardian corsetry, as well as modern corsetry and also girdles.
The steel busks listed are made from stainless spring steel with rounded ends which are coated with a white plastic coating.
Silver clasps are spaced evenly but for the bottom two clasps which are spaced closer together. The loops on a corset should be on the right hand side of the wearer, and the studs should be on the left hand side of the wearer. This will automatically place the lower two clasps over the tummy area which will provide added control.
These corset busks are 13mm wide on each side and are made from German steel.