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Martha Corser (1759 - 1841) was the wife of George Corser, Lord of Bletchley Manor, Moreton Say, Shropshire. Bletchley Manor was a beautiful Elizabethan style building within an accompanying 100 acre estate. It had two picturesque half-timbered houses and it’s said that Charles II once stayed there.
This wonderful Georgian/Regency portrait is one of four currently available at Brave.
Oil on tin
Size including frame
14½” x 12½” / 37cm x 32cm
Year of creation
c. 1790 - c. 1815
Artwork in good overall condition with a few very minor losses. The frame has two pieces missing as shown.
UK Shipping - £5.99
Your artwork will be dispatched by the seller directly. For Brave's own stock, we generally use DHL Express and dispatch framed artwork within 1 working day of an order being received.
EU Shipping - From £15.99
Most of the items can be sent throughout the EU via a range of different couriers. Rates will be calculated during checkout and deliveries can take up to 10 days. If you would like to receive your item quicker, please contact us. Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply.
US and Canada Shipping - From £24.99
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Everywhere Else - From £24.99
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If the images display the artwork framed, then the frame is included in the price unless otherwise stated. And for those that are unframed, we can handle the framing for you should you wish.
All items are insured against loss during transit. If your parcel goes missing, let us know and we'll make an enquiry with the courier on your behalf. If the item can't be located, we will, of course, send you a full refund.
Standard courier insurance policies generally don't provide cover for damage to framed artwork, canvases, antiques or glass, so any refunds regarding damaged works are discretionary. If you would like to insure your item fully, we're happy to get some specialist quotes for you.