This sterling silver Cedar Tree pendant was hand cut from a coin minted in Lebanon from 1929 – 1936. The design is of a cedar tree and on this version of the design we remove the outer rim of the coin so only the cedar tree remains. The lettering underneath the cedar tree is Lebanese, we are not certain what it translates into, however, normally it would refer to either the bank of the country or the denomination of the coin itself. After all the cutting of the coin is done we polish the coin to a high luster. The pendant comes with a sterling silver snake chain. The chains are available in four different lengths.