Six Pence Pewter Small
The Lucky Sixpence was originally to be given to the bride from her father and placed in her left shoe. He did this to wish her all the blessings a father can give to his daughter. It symbolizes good health for the couple as well as great wealth. A perfect gift on the Wedding Day, giving the Lucky Sixpence has broadened to be given to all the members of the Wedding Party, and is typically passed down from generation to generation.
LOVE & LUCK
- Enamel is glass, so everyday dirts, oils and/or fingerprints can be easily wiped off with a polishing cloth or a gentle cotton cloth with soap and water. Store your jewelry in an airtight bag or container when not worn.
- Avoid contact with harsh chemicals
- One of the best ways to keep your items from tarnishing is by wearing them. Your skin has natural oils that help keep the jewelry clean and looking new. Jewelry that sits un-worn for too long has a higher chance of oxidizing.