A selection of coin jewellery made here by Canadian artists, using coins that due to condition is no longer considered as a ‘collectable coin’ but instead of melting, it is being turned into beautiful, long lasting pieces of jewellery.

  • Rescued from a melting pot for its silver value, these 25-cent silver quarters are repurposed as beautiful, keepsake jewellery. The Canadian artist hand carves this Canadian silver quarter. It takes about 4 hours to carve out the background. Strung on a sterling silver chain. Your order may not be EXACTLY as shown in the picture as each piece turns out a bit different as it is all done by hand. The quarter is .80 silver and includes an 18", Italian sterling silver chain. This makes a wonderful gift. Free shipping.
  • Repurposing old damaged penniesthe artist turns creates these whimsical earrings by hand carving the maple leaf out of Canadian pennies. The stud backs are attached with epoxy and made of stainless steel. These make a great gift!  Each piece is unique and no 2 are exactly the same.
  • Coins with no numismatic value have been repurposed by a Canadian artist as collectable jewellery. Here she has turned three 100 year old pennies into a very charming coin necklace. See description for more details. In today's offering we have three pennies - one each in the following years 1900, 1910 & 1919. Pictures showing 1910 penny.  


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