Nick Potts x CHD Coin Silver Ring

$320 AUD

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Design Specifications

This design was born from the Nick Potts artwork rendition inspired but the God Save The Queen, Sex Pistols, album cover. The oxidised and aged coin set in the high lustre polished base, has a beautiful contrast. 

  • Made from 925 Sterling Silver
  • Face size; 16 x 14.60mm
  • Average Weight; 14.2grams


Production & Shipping

As each piece is made to order, production is generally 10-15 business days. 
See here, to learn more about the PRODUCTION PROCESS?


$5 Express Shipping Flat Rate AUSTRALIA-WIDE (1-3 Days after production)
FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER AUD$400 (Express 3-6 Days)

PERFECT FIT GUARANTEE

What is the 'Perfect Fit Guarantee'?

For the re-opening of our online store on January 20th until March 1st - we're going to make this sizing guarantee, of finding the perfect fit. If you receive the order and it doesn't fit, we'll remake you one in your size, free of charge. 

*Only available for Australian residents. For our international customers, we'll still help you find the perfect size - so just get in touch after you receive the order and we'll go from there. 

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Individually Made To Order

What does it mean, 'individually made to order'?


A very important element of the creation of our pieces, is the focus on the individual ring and it's purpose of being produced soley for you.

We are hoping that heirloom status is one day achieved with your piece of jewellery, or at the very least, it holds some significant value to you. 

We feel this is only properly recognised if the ring is made specifically for you, once you commission it through a sale - not sitting on the shelf waiting for ownership. 

So every piece is individually made to order out of the Crooked Howlet Designs studio, right here in Sydney, Australia. 

Earn the heirloom.

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About the Designer

Mike Stout is an illustrator & tattooist based in Brighton, UK. 

Mike specialises in creating miniature illustrative black ink tattoos, with a particular focus on optical pattern-work and dotwork shading. His work mainly focuses on the spectrum of textures and patterns found in nature, technology, space, and dinosaurs.