The ten pence (10p) (Irish: deich pingin) coin was a subdivision of the Irish pound. It was used in the Republic of Ireland from 1969 to 2002, with its last minting issue in 2000. It replaced the florin coin, of which it shared its design. Two different designs of the coin exist, both featuring a salmon on the reverse.
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Measures 3.2 x 2.1 cm.
All charms are handmade in the UK. The charms and chains are all solid sterling silver and the gold plating is 22.5 carat and 2 microns thick.
All Katie Mullally charms are hallmarked at The London Assay Office with the unique KMM hallmark, guaranteeing that your new treasure is an investment as well as something to love, cherish and wear ….
10p Coin Charm
Care for Your Jewellery
As with anything precious to you jewellery has to be looked after. Silver doesn't like anything left on it as that's when the silver will tarnish, so after wearing gently wipe each piece of jewellery clean of make up and skin oils with a 100% cotton cloth. The best way to care for your jewellery is to wear everyday, but when you're not wearing, ideally keep it in the grey pouch provided with your charm, as exposure to the air and environment can cause your jewellery to tarnish over time.
Remember look after a piece of Katie Mullally silver and it will last forever ...