I recently picked up a new skill. Here are some silver coin rings I made.
Here's a couple's set. 1993 was an important year to them and they decided coin rings was a good way to commemorate that significant year.
I made this one for u/mothercuffed for a trade. She is an awesome leatherworker I met in r/somethingimade and we are currently working out the details on craft swap.
This one is my personal coin ring. It's made from what is, in my opinion, the most beautiful coin the US ever minted.
This coin ring I made for my wife. She just wanted a Barber half dollar coin ring but I choose this particular date because we got married last year and this coin was minted 100 years prior to our marriage.
The Morgan Dollar was made for a friend and the 1944 I made for my mother. 1944 is her birth year.
I made this one for a fellow redditor who stacks silver. He saw one of my posts about coin rings and wanted a piece of wearable bullion.
I had many folks inquire as to whether or not I could make a ring from a gold coin so I gave it a shot. This coin is 22k gold (91% pure) and turned out beautifully.
I'm not into toe rings myself but I figured if I got one from the store I could replicate it with a silver dime.
I've made quite a few Tennessee state quarters into coin rings for folks lately. I get them from silver proof sets and they turn out to make awesome coin rings.
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