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This charm is handmade using a genuine lucky British sixpence which has been sterilised and polished by hand. The year may vary slightly to the dates shown (if you would like a specific date please message me). The coin is made of cupro nickel and is added to represent something old in the wedding rhyme of luck and good health. A pale blue double satin ribbon bow has been added as something new, an ivory freshwater pearl bead as something borrowed (from the ocean) and lastly, a bead of mountain blue jade representing something blue.
This charm could be attached to the bouquet of the bride on her wedding day to bring luck, as the old wives tale says a bride with a sixpence in her shoe will have a happy and long marriage. Alternatively, this charm could be easily attached to a more discreet place like a garter to ensure luck is kept close to the bride.
A co-ordinated sixpence charm could also be made to accompany this item on request for the groom.
All items are made by me in my studio in Stamford, England. Bespoke orders are very welcome, please let me know if you would like changes made to this item, or would like to design your own custom order.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Handmade by Becky within 3 days of receiving payment.
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