Antique Victorian George Corrall Set of Engraved Dress Shirt Studs w/Box


Antique Victorian George Corrall Set of Engraved Dress Shirt Studs w/Box

Up for auction is a set of three dress studs in a box chased in an intricate floral pattern and one one other dress stud. They unmarked but appear to be gold plated. The box is marked Corrall Jewellery Marketplace Mansfield.

George Corrall, watchmaker, silversmith & jeweller, Leeming St. Mansfield, Nottinghamshire was the son of William and Mary Corrall of Lutterworth, where he was baptised in 1816. He was apprenticed as a watchmaker 1831 and set up in business in 1844 in Market Place Mansfield, marrying Elizabeth Warner in 1847. He was working until 1877 when he either died or retired.

Condition: some tarnish to the metal commensurate with age.

I will pack safely, with lots of bubble wrap and packing peanuts, and will ship in a sturdy box.

A note on international shipping: if the actual Royal Mail postage is less than my estimate I will refund the difference. I do not make profit on P&P, score for shipping, it reflects my actual charges.