Lucky Dutch Dime Necklace

by Huismus.
(The Netherlands, Europe)


I have saved a few coins when the euro replaced our guilder currency.

I’ve made a little dime -dubbeltje- from 1974 into a pendant by adding a sterling silver ring. A pearl charm and a hematite faceted bead make a great ensemble. It dangles from an oxidized chain and I really like the contrast.

The necklace closes with a lobster clasp and the ends are wire wrapped for extra security. Also with small hematite tubes to match.

Length; 52 cm / 20,5 inch

All silver used is sterling.

Huismus Handmade Jewelry at Etsy


Lovely keepsake necklace
by: RenaWhat a great way to create a memento of a coin that will soon be thought of as an antique! A lovely preservation that tells a bit of Dutch history and culture.

Thank you for sharing this neat necklace with us!

by: Nancy van den BoomWhat a clever idea to make a piece with a lovely nostalgic feeling.
The piece all together is made very beautifully. You did a great job in using such an original element making it stand out!

Fabulous Necklace
by: HeidiLove your design! Creative and original, love the way you made the coin into a pendant by adding a sterling silver ring!! Brilliant.

Love It!
by: Simply Sara CreationsI like to see how people always come up with very clever ideas for coin jewelry. This dime is beautiful and very eye catching. The drops are a pleasing addition!

May I be so Bold…..
by: HeidiI really love your coin pedant, don’t suppose you would be willing to share your technique for applying the silver ring around the coin? I have some Mexican Peso’s that would look great as a pendant. Thanks, Heidi

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