Wearing coin jewellery instantly gives any look a fresh and effortlessly bohemian vibe. From layering up dainty coin necklaces from British designer Katie Mullally, to wearing a single statement cocktail ring by Israel’s Chen Fuchs; take a look at our top 5 favourite pieces.
Latin Motto Coin Cuff
Stenmark, Palm Beach, Australia
This rustic piece of coin jewellery is part of Stenmark’s Latin Motto collection, which is inspired by Roman coins found on archaeological digs and aims to tell a story for today from the ancient world. Suspended on strands of leather, the central 18kt yellow gold vermeil coin has the motto ‘IRE PUELLA’ on the front meaning ‘go girl’ in English, and on the back reads ‘VIVERE ET AMARE BENE’ which translates as 'live and love well'.
Irish 6 Pence Silver Coin
Katie Mullally, Tunbridge Wells, UK
Taken from Katie Mullally’s collection of coin charms, this silver Irish 6 Pence necklace is a charming and wearable piece of coin jewellery. The sixpence was a subdivision of the pre-decimal Irish Pund, worth 1/40 of a pound and ½ of a shilling. All of Katie’s coin charms come with her signature large bail and with an 18” curb chain.
Sunrise Coin Earrings
Rina Limor, New York City, USA
Inspired by the Roman era, these drop earrings represent new found treasures from ancient times. Handcrafted from rose gold vermeil, the coin design is stamped with scenes from the Roman Empire and set with a darkened, antiquated look. A lightweight and modern take on classic coin jewellery.
Silver Logo Gift Necklace - Rutile Quartz
Maiko Nagayama, London, UK
Elegant, unique and versatile, this beautiful long chain necklace from London based designer, Maiko Nagayama, is a subtle way to incorporate coin jewellery into your collection. The 30.5 inch sterling silver chain is set with semi-precious rutile quartz stones and one of Maiko’s couture logo coins. The necklace can be worn long or doubled up.