Serve up a slice of good luck
With the crackers pulled, jokes told and paper hats at a jaunty angle, there’s only one way to finish Christmas dinner – Christmas pudding and brandy butter. And who’s going to find a piece of good luck hidden in their helping? Homemade or off-the-shelf – this year don’t forget to add a sprinkle of something seasonal, because it’s not Christmas without a sixpence in your pudding.
Stir-up Sunday, the last Sunday before Advent, is traditionally the time to get baking and making. Slip this silver coin into the mixing bowl, make a wish and serve up an extra special slice on the big day.
This Christmas six pence is struck in silver and finished to Brilliant Uncirculated standard. Carry on this Yuletide tradition and teach your children or grandchildren about this age-old Christmas custom. Helping out in the kitchen, they can wish for something magical as they take their turn to stir the mix, hoping they’ll find the lucky charm on Christmas Day.
|Alloy||.925 Sterling Silver|
|Reverse Designer||John Bergdahl|
|Obverse Designer||Jody Clark|