This exceptional coin issue depicts a beautiful version of Antonio Canova’s world-famous marble statue “The Three Graces”. It was handmade at the Wedgwood factory in Barlaston, England. Jasperware, the most famous of Josiah Wedgwood’s inventions, first appeared in 1774. It took him thousands of experiments until he was satisfied with the result. The light blue jasper led to the expression “Wedgwood Blue” and still remains a Wedgwood signature worldwide. To this day, it is one of the most enquired and collected ceramics in the world. For the very first time, a coin was handcrafted in the iconic jasperware. Being a legal tender, it is officially backed up by the issuing authorities. The very detailed relief displays the beauty of the three graces perfectly.