A beautiful set of wedding rings made from antique circulated Sterling Silver coins. Dated before 1920, these are the most perfect wedding rings. As these coins have been previously circulated, they make great ethical pieces perfect for those who are eco-conscious.
As these rings are made from larger coins, they make a larger style ring perfect for big hands.
Available with and antiqued patina finish or a beautiful polish, there is something that will suit everyone.
When ordering, please do pop us an email to let us know the size and the finish required on your rings.
Lead time for these rings is approx 2 weeks. If you require a rush order, please do contact us before ordering.
Ethical silver coin rings made from a antique circulated coins, dated 1919 or earlier. A stunning chunky piece of jewellery that makes a wonderful statement.
This is a circulated antique coin. A great way of adding a piece of ethical jewellery to your collection. In addition to this you are wearing a wonderful piece of British History.
A Sterling Silver ring would indeed make a wonderful addition to your jewellery collection. This stunning coin ring set is made from a genuine antique circulated half a crown and florin coin. Dated before 1919 these rings are 925 Sterling Silver
These coins are the biggest coin that we turn into a ring and produce a chunky sterling silver ring, making them perfect for medium to large hands. With sizes ranging from M through to Z and slightly bigger if need be it will fit a wide range of people.
Available with a classic polish finish or an aged antiqued look, there is something that will suit everyone. Looking for an alternative size? check out both our Shilling Coin Rings that compliment these rings Perfectly. All of our coins are sourced to provide the best finish on these stunning sterling silver rings, subsequently the lead time on these coins is approx 2 weeks.
Half a Crown?
The best thing about this sterling silver ring is the fact that it certainly creates a wonderful talking point and really ignites your imagination. What is the value of this coin to someone at the time of circulation? was it a huge part of their wages or was it pocket change for a wealthy family? what would this half crown have paid for?
For an example a ‘skilled seamstress’ in Victorian times would have earned approx 7 Shillings a day. There are 2 shillings and sixpence in half a crown.
However work was not constant and guaranteed in addition they had to provide all their own materials.
With this in mind, and the fact that a single room in a relatively poor area of London would have cost approx a crown a week. It seems that a half crown is a great deal of money for the era it was in use.