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Christmas Pudding Coins: out now for 2017

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Christmas pudding coins handmade in sterling silver.

Our famous deluxe silver Christmas Pudding Coins are now officially launched for the 2017 festive season - hooray!

The coins will add some quirky tradition, fun and sparkle to your Christmas. Plus they make truly special gifts. We've even had a customer report that her mum cried when she opened them and said they were the most beautiful gift she had ever received - that made me truly happy to hear!

The large, heirloom quality coins are made in solid sterling silver and come in sets of 6, with each coin featuring a different vintage Christmas illustration.

The coin sets come beautifully packaged and are accompanied by my family's unusual but delicious Depression-era Christmas pudding recipe (which is very easy and can be made on the day), plus my Nana's truly indulgent brandy sauce. Plus you'll get detailed care and use instructions.

When your family members find the coins in their slices of pudding, not only will they get good luck in the following year, but you can exchange the coins for real money, meaning you can use them for years and years to come.

We have a strictly limited number of sets and they often sell out before Christmas, so make sure you pick your set up early. They are exclusively available in our online store.

10 years in the making

I first made a set of these coins for my Mum, who missed her own mother's set of sixpences and threepences, but she wanted something more unique. She absolutely loved the set I made for her and after getting lots of enquiries from family and friends I decided to make them available for everyone.

In 2017 it's been over a decade since we first started selling the coins. Since then we've sent out hundreds of sets to families across Australia and the world.

Plus they've been featured in places like Australian House & Garden, Country Style, Not Quite Nigella and more.

Learn more about Christmas puddings, coins and traditions.


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