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This listing is for a sterling silver spoon ring. This particular style spoon ring is often referred to as a bypass spoon ring, for it’s looping shape and style. This one is made from a Manchester Southern Rose Teaspoon and has a raised and intricate floral pattern on the entirety of the outside band of the ring. It’s a wonderfully eye appealing ring that sure to please anyone who wears it. Thanks for looking and I hope to make this piece for you soon! -JoshUSD $49.95USD $49.95
This listing is for a pendant that can be worn on a chain or strap. I will include a stainless steel tag chain with each one so it can be worn right from the start. The quarters used for these pendants are 90% silver and is close to the same quality as sterling silver, so there’s no worry about it turning skin green like with inferior metals. Any of the 50 states are available. The fluctuations on the pricing is due to the various costs of the state quarters.
Thanks for checking out this listing and feel free to contact me anytime with a message if you have any questions!USD $29.95USD $29.95
This coin was first minted in 1921, shortly after the Great War which was later to be known as World War 1. America was experiencing economic prosperity at the time and it was needing silver coins to replace all of the Morgan dollars melted down by the Pittman Act. They accomplished that goal with the minting of the Peace Dollar.
The Peace Dollar was designed by Anthony de Francisci, who won a contest that the US put forth to find a design for this new silver dollar. This coin received it’s name, Peace Dollar, because it was to commemorate the end of the war to end all wars. The Peace Dollar was the last 90% silver dollar circulated in America. This silver dollar carried America through the roaring twenties as well as the Great Depression, but its production ceased soon afterwards.
This Peace Dollar Coin Ring is an American classic and is perfect for anyone looking for a piece of wearable Americana & history in 90% silver, which is very close to sterling silver in metal content.USD $89.95USD $89.95
This particular coin ring has a beautiful floral wreath around the band. Since India was under British rule from 1858 to 1947, inside band of this ring has King George. This particular coin has a 91.7% silver content and they were produced from 1911 to 1939.USD $99.95USD $99.95
This listing is for Walking Liberty Half Dollar coin ring. These iconic pieces were minted from 1916-1947 and is widely considered the most beautiful US coin design in the 20th century.
This ring is made using a 90% silver coin. It is unlikely that it will cause any problems with skin discoloration like copper and regular circulated coinage will, as it’s metal content is almost identical to sterling silver.
This silver band ring reads ”Liberty” & “In God We Trust” on the inside band as well as the coin’s date and has ”United States of America” and “Half Dollar” on the outside.USD $59.95USD $59.95
The Cannabis Legalize Nature 999 Fine Silver Coin started off as a spoof of the Canadian Maple Leaf silver round, but has grown into something more.
The sculptor who created the coin replaced Canada with Cannabis since the spelling is so similar and then used the outline of the Maple Leaf but superimposed a Cannabis leaf over it. This coin also has the French phrase “Legaliser Nature” which means Legalize Nature.
This fine silver coin ring is handcrafted with optimal care and precision by myself, Joshua Janes, a master coin ring maker. I make every coin ring as the order comes in and ring it out as if I was making the ring to represent my work to everyone.USD $84.20USD $84.20
This coin ring features the face of Helvetia, the female personification of Switzerland. She is encircled by the 22 stars representing the 22 cantons in which the Confederation then consisted. This coin ring is 83.5% silver and features an elaborate wreath on the inside of the band. It is also known as a 1 Franken and 1 Franco. This coin originates in Switzerland and has been circulated there as currency since the 1800’s. It’s star and wreath pattern makes for a great silver coin ring.USD $49.95USD $49.95
This beautiful coin ring features The Angel of Independence on the obverse and the National Coat of Arms of Mexico on the reverse. I can ring out this fine silver bullion piece with either the coat of arms on the outside band as featured in the last picture or with the angel on the outside band.USD $64.95USD $64.95
The Slayed Dollar is inspired by the US Mint’s Trade Dollar, which represents freedom and commerce. Minted between 1873 and 1885, the Trade Dollar features a left-facing Lady Liberty holding an olive branch in her outstretched right hand. She sits on bales of wheat and goods. Time and the apocalypse, however, have not been kind…
The obverse of the Silver Slayed Dollar features Lady Liberty sitting on a throne of skeletons. To represent the toll in human life the apocalypse has taken, Lady Liberty now clutches a scythe in her right hand; her skin, muscles and hair are fetid and decomposing. In her left hand she holds a banner with the inscription “Z FIFTY” and the banner below her throne reads “SLAYED DOLLAR”. “2019,” and 12 6-pointed stars are inscribed near the rim of the coin.
The reverse depicts a zombie-splashed biohazard symbol as a reminder to those that have survived the apocalypse of the lives lost to the undead. “ZOMBUCKS,” “CURRENCY OF THE APOCALYPSE,” and “1 oz .999 FINE SILVER” are engraved around the bio-hazard symbol.USD $89.95USD $89.95
This coin ring is one of the oldest ones that I make into a ring. It is, in my opinion, the most beautifully designed coin America has ever made. It is the only year where the US put arrows by the date and rays of light around the eagle on the back.
I personally select coins with good looking detail to make rings from and I also include a drawstring gift bag with every ring order. Sometimes it takes 4 to 6 days for me to acquire the coin if I don’t have it in stock already but it only takes about one or two days to make and ship it.USD $89.95USD $89.95
Columbian Exposition Half Dollars were made in 1892 and 1893 and both were sold as souvenirs for $1 at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. The show opened a year late and that is why there are two dates for this coin. The two dates that they are available in are 1892 and 1893. These coins were sold at the fair but they did not go over very well with fair goers. Fair-goers balked at paying one dollar for a fifty cent value coin. Many years later, the remaining coins were released to U.S. banks at face value; that’s the reason there are so many circulated examples still around in coin shops today.USD $59.95USD $59.95
This coin ring is made from an 1880’s British Shilling sterling silver coin. The Victoria Jubilee head Shilling is over 120 years old, sterling silver, and a coin that all collectors know and admire the world over.
Struck for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee (celebration of 50 a monarch’s 50 year reign) this coin is part of a number of coins produced to celebrate the occasion with a brand new portrait of Victoria starting in the year 1887.USD $79.95USD $79.95
This 90% silver, Morgan Dollar sized coin depicts a female figure holding a bundle of wood and an ax in one arm and an oak sprig in the other. She is resting the arm with the oak on the Panamanian shield. “Republica De Panama” is retained on the rings band as well as the purity and weight of the coin. The date 1947 is also seen on this large and stunning coin ring. There was only 500,000 of these coins produced in 1947 and the other two years they were minted were so scarce, I can’t bring myself to ring them out. If the size range on this coin is too large and you’d like a silver coin ring from Panama, shoot me a message about the 1/2 Balboa and the 1/4 Balboa.USD $99.95USD $99.95