King James 1st Coin Pendant


Indulge in the intricate beauty of our 18ct yellow gold pendant showcasing a silver sixpence from the era of James I (1604 AD), surrounded by alternating red and blue enamel patterns. This pendant highlights a hammered silver Sixpence minted during the reign of King James the First in 1604, bearing a distinctive lis mint mark on both sides. The obverse side displays the crowned, right-facing, third bust of James I, characterized by his square-cut beard, with the denomination 'VI' positioned behind his head. On the reverse, the date is elegantly positioned above a grand shield featuring royal arms, presenting a remarkable piece of history within its design.

  • Red & blue enamel
  • 1 silver sixpence of James 1st 1604 AD
  • 18ct yellow gold
  • Measuring approximately 44mm / 2 inches from top to bottom

Piece code: 21510

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