Wren Farthing Cufflinks (1937-1956) - Boutee
Wren Farthing Cufflinks (1937-1956) - Boutee

Coin Design

Wren Farthing Cufflinks (1937-1956)

Sale price£64.00
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These cufflinks have been made using Farthings. The cufflinks display a Wren, commonly mistaken for a Robin.

The coins have had the link silver soldered directly onto the back of the coin, this ensures that they do not break apart. The coins are then polished and plated. The details are hand enamelled and finally encased with a clear resin.

The cufflinks are presented in a stylish box with a certificate of authenticity.

Product Specifications

Coin: Farthing
Years available: 1937-1956
Diameter: 20mm
Plating: Gold
Enamel colour: Blue
The village of Ironbridge in the borough of Telford.

Coin Design

Coin Design, located in the famous Ironbridge Gorge, takes old and new coins and turns them into unique pieces of jewellery. Each piece is made by hand and have either been cut out using a jewellers saw or enamelled in rich colours with all pieces being gold plated or silver plated.

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