Cornish Tin – Engine house bookmark – a nickel-plated page marker with a Cornish tin engine house on top.
The epitome of our mining heritage. Mining in Cornwall dates back to between 1000 and 2000 B.C. when
Cornwall is thought to have been visited by metal traders from the eastern Mediterranean.
They named Britain, the ‘Cassiterides’ – ‘Tin Islands’. Cornwall
Width: 14mm Height: 29mm Overall length: 136mm
Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.