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Phoenix Coin Necklace Greek Owl Coin Phoenix Pendant 1 Drachma Domed Coin 1973 Greek Coin Jewelry by Hendywood

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Phoenix Coin Necklace Greek Owl Coin Phoenix Pendant 1 Drachma Domed Coin 1973 Greek Coin Jewelry by Hendywood

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Brass, Bronze
  • Favorited by: 99 people
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This Phoenix necklace was made using an authentic Greek, Drachma nickel brass coin, dated 1973. I cleaned, drilled and polished this coin before I hung it from a brass cable chain secured by a lobster clasp.

I domed the coin to add dimension and interest.

The domed side of the coin shows a Phoenix rising from its flames surrounded by the inscription meaning ‘Greek Democracy’ along with the date, 1973. The other side of the coin shows an owl, the symbol of the goddess Athena.

The owl was the symbol of goddess Athena in ancient Greece. Athena was patron of the crafts, wisdom and battle and became the patron goddess of the city of Athens. It is also considered good luck.

The coin is made from nickel and brass and has a diameter of 3/4 inch (19mm). It hangs from a 24 inch (60.9cm) brass cable chain secured by a lobster clasp. The chain can be shortened upon request. Leave a message with the length you want.

The coin you receive might not be this exact coin, but will be very similar.

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This Phoenix necklace was made using an authentic Greek, Drachma nickel brass coin, dated 1973. I cleaned, drilled and polished this coin before I hung it from a brass cable chain secured by a lobster clasp.

I domed the coin to add dimension and interest.

The domed side of the coin shows a Phoenix rising from its flames surrounded by the inscription meaning ‘Greek Democracy’ along with the date, 1973. The other side of the coin shows an owl, the symbol of the goddess Athena.

The owl was the symbol of goddess Athena in ancient Greece. Athena was patron of the crafts, wisdom and battle and became the patron goddess of the city of Athens. It is also considered good luck.

The coin is made from nickel and brass and has a diameter of 3/4 inch (19mm). It hangs from a 24 inch (60.9cm) brass cable chain secured by a lobster clasp. The chain can be shortened upon request. Leave a message with the length you want.

The coin you receive might not be this exact coin, but will be very similar.

Find more coin jewelry https://www.etsy.com/shop/Hendywood?section_id=13528599&ref=shopsection_leftnav_3

Shop all of Hendywood here: Hendywood.Etsy.com

Learn more about Hendywood at www.Hendywood.com. Follow the "Shop Website" link on the right of the "About" section.

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