WWII "Lucky Sixpence" Bracelet: Tiger Eye

$41.98
  • When Royal Air Force pilots and crew members sewed the flying-wing patch onto their jackets, above the left front pocket, they often tucked a sixpence coin behind the patch. A British symbol of good luck since the 17th century, the coin might stop a spent bullet from piercing the heart. Enjoy this brave, good-luck tradition by wearing an authentic sixpence coin, minted during WWII and dangling from your stylish bracelet of natural stone beads. Colors: Tiger Eye. 8½" circum. stretches to fit all.

    • Dimensions: 8½" circum. stretches to fit all.
    • Material: Tiger's Eye Stone/ Sixpence
    • SKU: 23775
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    • Dimensions: 8½" circum. stretches to fit all.
    • Material: Tiger's Eye Stone/ Sixpence
    • SKU: 23775