Collection: Christenings

Coins represent an age old christening tradition here in Britain, dating back to Tudor and Victorian times. Silver coins and keepsakes were traditionally given to a baby on his/her christening because they were considered high value and symbolised stability for both the child and as a representation of the church. 

In modern times, silver remains a commodity and coins made of silver are highly prized. Prenoa pieces are made with the thought in mind that each child will be able to wear and enjoy their gift well into adulthood and even, pass it on to their own children one day too.