This sentimental keepsake is a thoughtful wedding gift. In Irish tradition, the groom hands his bride a silver piece and says, "I give you this as a token of all I possess." The token becomes a family heirloom and is handed down from mother to son. The front of the coin reads, "Tal a lan notai in bport an bhanais," which translates to "There are many notes in the wedding tune," and means there is a lot to learn of each other if we are to sing in tune and live in harmony. The back of the coin is inscribed with the words "Gra Go Deo" (love forever) in both Gaelic and Ogham script. Silver. 1¼" W. Made in Ireland.