A sterling silver six pence from 1933 formed into a tiny little ring. Suitbale for anyone with very slight fingers. The nice and simple light green piece of seaglass is soldered into the centre.
This ring is a complete one off. The sea glass has been formed by rolling around the ocean floor until it was found on a beech. It is a UK size K.
If you love the colours and style but it is not the right size then please feel free to contact me if you would like me to make you a custom pieces for you. I cant make it exactly the same but we can pick a coin of a specific year and you can pick the sea glass you would like me to you use.
A one off made just for you.