Oak Tender 50 Pfennig Coin Ring - Size US 7

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Oak Tender 50 Pfennig Coin Ring - Size US 7

275.00

Chosen from my personal coin collection for the beautifully rendered design, a woman planting a tree. This German 50 Pfennig coin has been set in fine and sterling silver. The chunky signet style setting features a sun-lit sky on one side, and a crescent and starburst-filled night sky on the other. This ring is an ode to the circadian cycles needed for planting, sowing, and growing. This concept is echoed by the coin imagery itself, which features a pregnant woman planting a small oak-tree start. This imagery was created in post-war Germany to signify a new hope for the country. For a very detailed history of the inspiration for this image designed by sculptor Richard Martin Werner can be found here: https://www.moneymuseum.com/en/coins/picture-tours-of-coins/the-oak-as-symbol-of-growth-75?slbox=true

This heavy ring has a comfy wide tapered channel band.

Makers mark and .925 are stamped on the outside reverse of the band.

The coin itself has been minted in copper-nickel, and set in such a way that no copper-nickel contacts the skin. It has only been left open on the face. Inside the band is solid sterling silver.

This ring is a US size 7 and cannot be resized. It is one of a kind.

Care:
As with all handmade and one-of-a-kind jewelry, utmost care should be taken to keep jewelry clean and dry. Never wear your pieces while bathing, swimming, or washing dishes to avoid having them submerged in water. Bones and stones are porous and susceptible to become weak when they get wet. Metals can tarnish and lose their patinas more quickly if they get wet or washed with chemicals frequently. Also, please remove your pieces before any strenuous activities as they are fragile and parts could be knocked loose or fall out. Treat your jewelry like the unique piece of art that it is and it will remain in good condition for ages.

Shipping and Policies: This item is ready to ship. Please allow 1-3 days while your payment clears before being shipped. Please read both my shipping and policies pages before making your purchase.

 

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