Incuse Indian Coin Ring
The Incuse Indian Tribe, as spiritual and savage as rumored…. were not actually ever a real tribe of native Americans. The word “Incuse” is term coin-people use to describe the method of minting where the art is punched into the coin rather than the traditional relief type of minting that we are used to. The cool thing about this type of minting is when put through the antiquing process with Liver of Sulfur (stinky stuff) the dips and valleys keep the stain and the rest is gently removed with 0000 steel wool and polishing. The results are pretty stunning.
This is the only Incuse Indian coin I have, but they are not particularly hard to find. They are uncirculated replicas of the 1929 coin made with .999 fine silver. They come in 1/10th, 1/2, 1 and 2 or even 5 troy ounce sizes. YEP… 5 ounces is MASSIVE. Like a giant silver Frisbee is my guess. Maybe large enough to serve things on that silver platter. Suffice to say… the 1/2 to 1 troy ounce sizes will be fine for rings.
NOTE: I have not made this ring yet. It will need to be ordered as a “Custom Ring” HERE.
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