Threepence's have always been linked to superstition, spiritualism and luck.
They have been placed in puddings for centuries with the idea that the person who finds the coin in their portion shall leave luck and prosperity.
Threepence's have also traditionally been given for the birth of a new child, hence the saying "Born with a silver threepence" meaning born with fortune of both prosperity and good luck.
These threepences are from 1900, just at the end of Victoria's reign and are very delicate and detailed. So why not gift a pretty pair..or bring yourself double the luck!
Two sweet little solid silver Victorian threepence's move across 30mm silver hoops. The hoops are hinged.