An enchanting and nostalgic genuine minted Silver Sixpence Good Luck Keepsake Gift for a bride, cleaned and shiny new. The Silver Sixpence you will receive will be a King George VI edition, minted between the dates 1947 and 1951, each one being uniquely dated and individually hand-picked. Minted coins have the potential to increase in value. Beautifully presented by I.Love.Vintage© in its own handcrafted powder-blue satin-ribboned Decoupage Gift Box in a Silk Organza Gift Bag and supplied with notes about the traditions associated with a lucky sixpence for the bride and the nostalgic and traditional Victorian Bridal Poem which can be personalized with the bride and groom’s names and wedding date or a message of your choice. If you wish to have the Bridal Poem personalized, please enter the details into the Gift Message section when you place your order or send us a message. The Bridal Poem dates back to the 18th Century: “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and a Silver Sixpence In Her Shoe”. The placing of a Silver Sixpence in the Bride’s shoe is a wedding tradition which began in the Victorian era. The Silver Sixpence is said to guarantee the couple health, fertility, happiness, wealth and wedded bliss. The blue of the ribbon on the Decoupage Gift Box is also traditional as blue has been connected to weddings for centuries “Marry in blue, lover be true.” This item also includes a beautiful complimentary 16 inch antique bronze vintage key necklace. Key: 2.9cm x 1.0cm. All items purchased from I.Love.Vintage© are beautifully presented and ready to give – a perfect vintage gift. We have other vintage inspired items. Just click “I.Love.Vintage Jewellery (London)” at the top of this page. This item is shipped fully tracked by DHL.
Enchanting and nostalgic minted lucky Vintage Silver Sixpence Keepsake Gift for a Bride – a King George VI minted Silver Sixpence, Traditional Victorian Bridal Poem and 2-Piece Handmade Decoupage Gift Box with blue satin ribbon, presented in a Silk Organza Gift Bag. Beautiful complimentary necklace included with this item – a pretty solid bronze vintage key necklace with a 16 inch antique bronze chain, beautifully wrapped and gift boxed. Key: 2.9cm x 1.0cm
The tradition of placing a Sixpence coin in the bride’s left shoe dates back to Victorian times, and is said to guarantee the couple health, fertility, happiness, wealth and wedded bliss
From the Victorian Bridal Poem “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue and a Silver Sixpence in her Shoe” – an enchanting keepsake gift she can keep forever
King George VI minted Silver Sixpence, minted between 1947 and 1951, presented with the traditional Bridal Poem which dates back to the 18th Century – Bridal Poem can be personalized with the bride and groom’s names and wedding date or a message of your choice.
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