Karyn Chopik Studio
This interesting coin is set in a sterling silver bezel to showcase both the front and the back of the coin. Our research indicates that this coin was minted around 211 A.D. It is named after M. Aurelius Antoninus "Caracalla." This coin shows the Emperor wearing a radiate crown as opposed to the typical laurel wreath. On the back is a person holding a staff and an object that looks like a book. We say person because often the Emperor would pay homage to his wife on the back.
We can not determine if the coin is coin silver or bronze. They minted in both metals.
- sterling silver bezel and coin 25mm diameter
- total length including bezel 36mm long
Karyn Chopik Studio is made up of a team of talented Canadian artisans. Together we create high quality, luxury jewelry in the sterling silver, bronze, copper, and gold.
All of our work is handmade in British Columbia, Canada.