Born or Married in 2000 Gifts
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for someone born in 2000 or who got married in that year, you’ve come to the right place. At Heads and Tails Jewellery, we hand-make a range of stunning coin jewellery using genuine coins from the year 2000. Our pieces make truly unique and special gifts that will be treasured for years to come.
What happened in 2000?
Here are some interesting historical facts about 2000 to give you some inspiration:
- The Millennium Dome, a large dome-shaped exhibition centre, was built in London to mark the year 2000.
- The Tate Modern art gallery, also in London, opened its doors for the first time in May 2000.
- The dot-com bubble burst in the early 2000s, leading to a global stock market downturn.
- The first crew arrived at the International Space Station in November 2000.
Now, let’s talk about the coins we use to create our beautiful jewellery. Two coins that were in circulation in the UK in 2000 were the 10 pence and the £2 coin.
The 10 pence coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on one side, and a design by Christopher Ironside of a lion on the other.
The 2 pound coin is a bi-metallic coin, with a gold-coloured outer ring and a silver-coloured inner circle. The design features a representation of the industrial age, with a railway viaduct and two figures representing communication and technological progress.
At Heads and Tails Jewellery, we create a range of stunning pieces using coins from 2000, including cufflinks, necklaces, keyrings, hip flasks, tie clips, money clips and coin rings. Each piece is lovingly hand-crafted to create a truly unique and special gift.
Imagine the look on the recipient’s face when they open their gift to reveal a beautiful piece of jewellery made from a genuine coin from the year they were born or got married. They’ll feel proud and honoured to wear such a special piece, knowing that it represents a significant moment in their life.
So why not browse our collection today and find the perfect gift for that special someone?