Gift this commemorative 9ct Gold Crown Charm to your very own King or Queen! This highly decorated charm is not only symbolic of royalty, but having been hallmarked in 1936, we believe it to be a souvenir for Edward VIII’s coronation.
Scandalously, Edward VIII abdicated the throne in 1937 in order to marry his true love Wallis Simpson. As the Church of England didn’t allow remarriage after divorce, and Wallis was an American divorcée, we think that makes this glossy little trinket a love token of sorts! Tell your partner you would give up a kingdom for them with this adorable piece.
*Please note chain not included.
ERA: Art Deco (1920-1939)
MEASUREMENTS: Charm is 22mm long, including jump-ring.
Charm itself is 17.5mm long x 12.5mm wide.
MATERIALS: Tests as 9ct Gold throughout.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: 9, .375, Birmingham Assay, Date letter M for the year 1936 on base of crown.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
EXCELLENT. Sunshine yellow and gleaming, this 9ct Gold Crown Charm is ready to add to a pendant chain or charm bracelet. She is free from any obvious damage, she has a single ding on the outside of the rim, otherwise she is worthy of royalty!