Rotating Coin Display | 1-Coin
Rotating Coin Display | 1-Coin
Perfect for military challenge coins*, corporate gifts, awards and more; the unique design and the natural beauty of the exotic woods* we use make Coin Displays unlike any others. Beautifully designed to show both sides of your coins, our displays are a great way to showcase milestones achieved, memories made or the prize piece in your collection.
For special events and award ceremonies, we also offer Deluxe Packaging. Inside the included gift box, the display will be wrapped in a reusable cotton drawstring pouch. This pouch protects the display while also providing a more presentable gift.
Gift Box and Acrylic Coin Holder are included
Deluxe Packaging includes a reusable cotton drawstring pouch
All of our products are hand-made out of natural woods. We hand select each piece to give you the best color and grain possible. View the available woods below. As fingerprints of our world's forest, the colors and grains may vary.
Top: 4" x 4"
Base: 5” x 5”
*Dimensions will vary for coins larger then 45mm
*Coin not included
African Padauk wood is from Central and tropical west Africa and can reach heights of 130 ft with a diameter of up to 4 ft. The heartwood color can vary, ranging from a pale pinkish orange to a deep brownish red. Most pieces tend to start reddish orange when freshly cut, darkening substantially over time to a reddish/purplish brown to nearly black.
Black Walnut wood is from Eastern United States and can reach heights of 120 ft with a diameter of up to 3 ft. Heartwood can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. Color can sometimes have a grey, purple, or reddish cast. Sapwood is pale yellow-gray to nearly white. Figured grain patterns such as curl, crotch, and burl are also seen.
Ipe wood is from Tropical Americas (Central and South America) and can reach heights of 100 ft with a diameter of up to 2-3 ft. Heartwood can vary in color from a reddish brown, to a more yellowish olive brown, to a dark blackish brown; sometimes with contrasting darker brown/black stripes. In certain species, there are powdery yellow deposits within the wood. Ipe can be difficult to distinguish visually from Cumaru, another dense South American timber, though Ipe tends to be darker, and lacks the subtle yet characteristic vanilla/cinnamon scent while being worked.
Jatoba wood is from Central America, southern Mexico, northern South America, and the West Indies and can reach heights of 100 ft with a diameter of up to 2-4 ft. Heartwood varies from a light orangish brown to a darker reddish brown, sometimes with contrasting darker grayish brown streaks. Color tends darken upon exposure to light. Sapwood is a light grayish yellow, clearly demarcated from the heartwood.
Maple wood is from Northeastern North America and can reach heights of 115 ft with a diameter of up to 3 ft. Unlike most other hardwoods, the sapwood of Hard Maple lumber is most commonly used rather than its heartwood. Sapwood color ranges from nearly white, to an off-white cream color, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue. The heartwood tends to be a darker reddish brown.
Sapele wood is from Africa and can reach heights of 100-150 ft with a diameter of up to 3-5 ft. Heartwood is a medium to dark reddish brown or purplish brown. Color tends to darken with age. Besides the common ribbon pattern seen on quartersawn boards, Sapele is also known for a wide variety of other figured grain patterns, such as: pommele, quilted, mottled, wavy, beeswing, and fiddleback.