Bridal Bouquet Charm – Farthing, Old and Blue

£28.00

A thoughtful something old, something blue gift for your bride. Handmade in Stamford UK, with a real jenny wren farthing and blue ribbon, enclosed with a silver sixpence for her shoe. A gift to signify happiness, prosperity and love. 

Charm Combination

Description

Bridal bouquet charm fit for a queen – celebrate her special day with a real farthing coin, featuring a freshwater pearl and satin pale blue ribbon to tie the knot.

Wrap the ribbon around a garter, or the base of a bouquet, to the loop of a wedding dress or even round the ankle of the bride so she can walk down the aisle with her traditional keepsake.

Prenoa hand makes this charm for you with a real British farthing coin – a coin loved the world over and featuring the little jenny wren.

Coins represent luck, prosperity, memories and abundance. This coin has been on it’s own unique journey before being finding you and the bride it is intended for.

The old rhyme says: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence for her shoe. A traditional sixpence can be added to your order which can be placed in the left shoe of the bride on her special day and can be kept forever for a happy and healthy marriage.

This bouquet charm is presented ready for gift-giving with a ‘On Your Wedding Day’ linen finish printed card inside the gift wrap. We can include a personalised note too, please leave a note to let us know your message.

This lovely charm includes a Prenoa gift box, so your design is truly ready for giving or keeping!

Features…

The coin is 20mm in diameter and 1mm deep- Something Old
The jump ring is rose gold vermeil – Something New
A freshwater pearl measuring 4-5mm and organically round – Something Borrowed
Double satin pale blue ribbon measuring 40cm in length – Something Blue

Optional sixpences: 19mm in diameter, enclosed as a coin in gift wrap. 1947-1967 are made of cupronickel, 1920-1946 are half silver and pre 1919 are solid silver. All are circulated condition.