Born or Married in 1965 Gifts
If you’re searching for an extraordinary and distinctive gift for someone born in 1965, your search ends here! Discover our assortment of exquisite coin jewellery, meticulously crafted by Heads and Tails Jewellery. Our collection features a variety of items that are perfect for marking this special milestone occasion, including cufflinks, necklaces, keyrings, hip flasks, tie clips, money clips, and coin rings.
As with all of our products, the coin jewellery in our Born in 1965 Gifts collection is handmade using genuine, vintage coins. For this particular collection, we use coins that were in circulation in the UK in 1965. Two examples of these coins include: The sixpence and the shilling. The sixpence was a silver finished coin with a diameter of 19 millimeters, featuring the profile of Queen Elizabeth II on one side and a flower design on the other. The shilling, also known as a florin, was a larger silver coin with a diameter of 28 millimeters, featuring the same profile of Queen Elizabeth II on one side and a crowned lion on the other.
Heads and Tails Jewellery handcrafts unique and meaningful pieces of jewellery from these vintage coins, transforming them into beautiful and timeless accessories. Our collection of coin jewellery includes cufflinks, necklaces, keyrings, hip flasks, tie clips, money clips and coin rings, each piece carefully crafted with a keen eye for detail and quality. Our skilled craftspeople use traditional techniques to create unique, bespoke pieces that celebrate the history and heritage of these vintage coins. A gift of one of these handcrafted coin pieces is sure to delight and enchant anyone born or married in 1965, offering a truly special and meaningful way to celebrate a special occasion or milestone.
At Heads and Tails Jewellery, we specialise in creating unique and meaningful pieces that are sure to become treasured keepsakes. Our Born in 1965 Gifts collection is no exception. When wearing our handmade coin jewellery, the recipient is sure to feel a sense of nostalgia and pride for their birth year. Each piece is a conversation starter and a reminder of a special moment in history.
In addition to our Born in 1965 Gifts collection, we also offer a range of items perfect for those married in 1965. Our Married in 1965 Gifts collection features the very same handcrafted coin jewellery, with coins that were in circulation during the year of the recipient’s wedding rather than birth. These items make for thoughtful and unique anniversary gifts that are sure to be treasured for years to come.
In summary, Heads and Tails Jewellery’s ‘Born in 1965 Gifts’ collection offers a unique and meaningful way to celebrate a special milestone. With our handmade coin jewellery, the recipient is sure to feel a sense of pride and nostalgia for their birth year. And for those celebrating their wedding anniversary, our Married in 1965 Gifts collection is the perfect way to commemorate their special day.
What happened in 1965?
1. The death penalty for murder was abolished in the UK in 1965. The Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) Act was passed, ending capital punishment for murder in England, Scotland, and Wales. The death penalty had been a controversial and debated topic for many years, and its abolition marked a significant change in the UK’s legal system and approach to criminal justice.
2. The “British Invasion” of the United States by British rock bands gained momentum in 1965. Bands like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Who became immensely popular in the US, influencing music, fashion, and culture. The British Invasion had a lasting impact on the music industry, helping to shape the development of rock and roll and establish British bands as global icons.
3. The Race Relations Act 1965 was passed in the UK, making it illegal to discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin. This legislation was a significant step towards combating racial discrimination and promoting racial equality in the UK, although further progress was still needed in subsequent years. The Race Relations Act 1965 marked an important milestone in the ongoing fight for civil rights and social justice in the UK.