1800s: Woman with cups and saucers on chest Chris September 30, 2011 1800-1899, People 8 CommentsFavourited 1885 times Add to favourites 8 Responses Joerg Starkmuth September 30, 2011 Where do you see nudity in this picture? Even if the upper parts of the breasts were bare (which they are not, as far as I can see), this would not fall under today’s definition of nudity. Reply Nerdessence October 1, 2011 Wow. If I tried that, everything would end up on the floor. *laughs* In fact, one time, I was having a root canal, reclining in the dentist chair, and the woman used my chest to set her tray on. >.> I looked at her and she grew flustered. So I’m kind of this woman’s antithesis. Reply Nil Zed October 26, 2011 Look’s like a freak show portrait advertisement. Woman couldn’t even get hired today, any trip to the grocery will show you MEN with enough boobs for teacup display, and both women and men who could put whole placesettings across their chest. Reply Stefanie November 24, 2011 do you mean nudity for standards at the time? because that’s all i can think of… i wish my bosoms could hold a cup. i enjoyed having a personal table when i was pregnant with my son, and i miss it now. Reply Michael April 12, 2012 If it was taken today, she would be completely bare-chested and have pints of beer instead……. Reply Simon September 14, 2012 Looks like T cups Reply Siouxsi January 14, 2013 Very very funny, Simon! Reply Anna Baria September 27, 2012 I wonder what cup size she is? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.