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Camera Aperture design hand cut coin, photographer, photography

Camera Aperture design hand cut coin, photographer, photography

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: US half dollar
  • Favorited by: 70 people
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From United States

Description

This is a US half dollar which has been cut out with a silhouette of a camera aperture, great for any photography buffs. Wear it on a chain, hang in from a keychain, buy two and use them for earrings.

I think the artwork is just gorgeous and it translated well in this medium!


All of my coins are cut by hand using a small jeweler's saw and blades between 2/0 and 4/0 in size. Since each coin is done by hand, each one is unique with slight variations of the pattern and patina from the age/use of the base coin.

Thanks for your interest!

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If you are not happy with your purchase, please contact me immediately!
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