Silver charm. Good luck charm, representing a coin resting on a silver ingot. The holes around the edges (one at top, five below) indicate that it was once joined to a chatelaine, from which tweezers, ear-scoop, nailpick and tongue-scraper may once have hung.

An00031125 001 l

Thing

Made Of
silver
Type of Thing
ingot, charm, chatelaine, coin

Place

In Gallery
G33/21/1/11
Made In
China

Time

Acquired In
1983
Made
19thC

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