These cufflinks have been made using Halfpenny coins. They come in a head and tail pair, with one displaying a crown and the other displaying the Queens head and year.
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.
For 1972, as no coins were released into circulation, we have to take coins from proof sets. Only 130,000 proof sets were made which makes them very scarce.
Enamelled items are all individually painted by hand, with strong colours allowing the finest details to be painted. A clear resin protects the paint from discolouring or being damaged quickly.
Cut out items are all crafted by hand with intricate detail. Every letter and number has the supports needed to be strong enough for every day wear. The pieces are hand polished to a very high standard before being plated which brings them to life.
The gold and silver plating on all of our pieces not only enhances appearance but improves durability, allowing them to be worn for much longer without discolouring. All of the links used are silver soldered onto the original coin. This ensures that they do not break off whilst being worn.
All of our products come in our modern, classy presentation boxes with a certificate of authenticity making them the perfect gift for birthdays, weddings and anniversaries.
Shipping Time: 1 week
Metal Purity: Plated
Coin Design’s Return Policy
We accept the return of all items only if they are returned within 28 days and in their original packaging and condition. Under these circumstances we will issue a full refund for the price you paid for the item. You will be responsible for the cost of the postage to return the goods.
You can see Coin Design’s full return policy at the bottom of their storefront.
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.