Pendants in 925 silver or gold plating silver available with or without silver necklace. Prices on request. – The 5 schei de mona is a typical Venetian allegorical coin inscribed with the famous Venetian saying sinque schei de mona, fà ben a tutti. If you wish to purchase it, it will be a StraVenetian gift for those who receive it. Most likely the 5 schei de mona derive from the Austrian coin from a pfenning with the wording “schei de munze” which circulated when Lombardy-Venetia was under the Austrian Empire, between the end of the 18th and mid 19th centuries -Since the 1940s and even earlier..these coins were produced by various goldsmiths when Venice (and Italy) still expressed the best of their cultural identity, which is very rare these days! Having 5 schei de mona in your pocket in Venice describes that when it’s necessary you have to look a little stupid, in Venetian: Mona, in order not to have problems. Pretending not to understand, as a tactical expedient during a negotiation or discussion can be a great method. The sinque schei de mona coin has a diameter of 18mm: these handcrafted coins are all in 925 silver or in gilded or burnished silver; also made to order in 9 or 18 kt gold, they are also ideal as a corporate gift or for other occasions. There are also those who use it to scratch off scratchcards as a talisman… On an estimate it is also possible to make rings, cufflinks, money clips, jacket pins, “5 schei de mona” earrings – the basic price refers to the normal coin in ungilded silver. To buy your 5 schei de mona coins you can send an e-mail to email@example.com call us on 0415287549 or (also whatsapp) on 3299 14 35 98 – you can pay with Paypal, bank transfer, Postepay top-up, we will send you the necessary data at transactions. The coin will be packaged as a gift and will be accompanied by an information note. To request information, use the “send a request for this product” button, call 041 5287549 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All jewels are exclusive products from our laboratory in Venice.