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Victorian American Dress Shirt Studs Gentleman's Antique 1800s


Set of Victorian turquoise enamel dress shirt studs

This is beautiful antique set of Fine Victorian Dress Shirt Studs.

These beautiful dress shirt studs are made of turquoise enamel and gold, which may be gilded.

This beautiful gentleman's set of dress shirt fronts was made between the late 1800s and the early 1900s. This set comes in its original box, and was made in Philadelphia. This charming dress shirt stud set features small pictures of a bird flying through a hoop or ring on each one.

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*This item is listed at $300.00*

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Turquoise enamel Victorian dress shirt studs

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This piece was added to D-Vers.Com Online Gallery on Tuesday 12 January, 2010.

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