Bride's Lucky Sixpence


Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence for your shoe.

A traditional good luck gift given to the bride by her father before her wedding day, our lucky sixpence makes a lovely gift for a friend who's about to live happily ever after.

Minted in Britain from 1551 to 1967, the lucky sixpence is thought to be a British tradition dating back to the Victorian era. If the bride carries something old, new, borrowed, blue and a sixpence on her big day, she will have a happy marriage.

The sixpence is a charming keepsake which can be passed on from mother to daughter.

Wrapped in white tissue and presented in a white organza bag with a little poem card, the gift is completed with an exclusive Highland Angel gift box.

Ex-circulation coin measures 2cm in diameter.

If required we can hand write a gift tag with your personal message and send your purchase direct to the recipient.
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