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The Wolf & Gypsy Sixpence Necklace was designed using an original Sixpence coin, dated 1914. A sixpence was a coin used in the British Empire beginning in 1551. During the early 1600's it was customary for the Lord of the Manor to give his bride a piece of silver as a wedding gift. This was often symbolically represented by a sixpence coin, the tradition of the sixpence as a symbol of good luck continues today.
This gorgeous coin necklace, encased in a protective arc has become a must have Wolf and Gypsy piece.
Wolf & Gypsy Tip ⫸ wear with our Moonstone Gemstone Necklace.
Composition: Sterling Silver plated with Gold Vermeil or Sterling Silver, chain and pendant.
Approximate Dimensions: 36mm x 29mm
Care for your jewellery by keeping it in your Wolf & Gypsy pouch or box when it's not being worn.
As all our necklaces are intended to be worn in a layered look we offer all of pieces with the option of 4 chain lengths ranging from 16”, 18”, 20” & 22”.
All of our rings (which do not contain an open section) are offered in 3 sizes being; Small (size K), Medium (size M) and Large (size P). They are designed in a way that they can be worn on any finger so we suggest you order the closest size to the finger you intend to wear it on. The sizes are according to the UK Ring Size Chart.