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A genuine six pence coin-wrapped necklace delivers a feel of elegance and gentility.
In Great Britain, the bride traditionally wears "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in her shoe." Traditionally, the father of the bride would slip a sixpence coin into his daughter’s shoe before she walked down the aisle. The sixpence stood for good luck and prosperity in her marriage. The tradition of the sixpence as a symbol of good luck continues today.
Made of cupronickel, it is displayed in an elegant necklace wrap. Capture your elegance and gentility with our Sixpence-Inspired Necklace! A perfect gift!