Brass coin with a hole at the top is strung on a brass diamond cut chain with wooden planking background. The coin is stamped with a script border facing out around the edge of the coin that reads “AMOR VINCIT OMNIA” and repeats itself once. A stamped rope forming an infinity knot is in the center of the coin, oriented horizontally. The left rope loop has a J stamped in it, right loop stamped with an R.
A custom-stamped infinity knot coin is strung on a brass diamond cut chain and packaged in a jewelry box. The necklace is fitted into a white jewelry box insert with a gold embossed pattern on the paper - part of a nautical chart that reads “Love Conquers All” at the bottom. The jewelry box is made of black paper.
An athletic male-bodied model is pictured from neck to waist wearing blank brass coins on 3 different length brass chains, labeled in order from shortest to longest. The 18 inch chain lands below the hollow of their throat, the 22 inch chain lands roughly halfway down their sternum, and the 27 inch chain lands closer to the bottom of their sternum.
Four chains are on a black sand background with text above each chain noting its type. Brass Diamond Cut: links are square-ish and interlocking at right angles. Brass Curb: links are more ovular and twist to interlock so the chain lies flat. Brass Ballchain: classic military-style dogtag chain; small brass balls connected by straight brass pins. Stainless Ballchain: the same style as brass ballchain, but in silver-colored stainless steel.
 Brass coin with a hole at the top is strung on a brass diamond cut chain with wooden planking background. The coin is stamped with a script border facing out around the edge of the coin that reads “AMOR VINCIT OMNIA” and repeats itself once. A stamped rope forming an infinity knot is in the center of the coin, oriented horizontally. The left rope loop has a J stamped in it, right loop stamped with an R.
A custom-stamped infinity knot coin is strung on a brass diamond cut chain and packaged in a jewelry box. The necklace is fitted into a white jewelry box insert with a gold embossed pattern on the paper - part of a nautical chart that reads “Love Conquers All” at the bottom. The jewelry box is made of black paper.
An athletic male-bodied model is pictured from neck to waist wearing blank brass coins on 3 different length brass chains, labeled in order from shortest to longest. The 18 inch chain lands below the hollow of their throat, the 22 inch chain lands roughly halfway down their sternum, and the 27 inch chain lands closer to the bottom of their sternum.
Four chains are on a black sand background with text above each chain noting its type. Brass Diamond Cut: links are square-ish and interlocking at right angles. Brass Curb: links are more ovular and twist to interlock so the chain lies flat. Brass Ballchain: classic military-style dogtag chain; small brass balls connected by straight brass pins. Stainless Ballchain: the same style as brass ballchain, but in silver-colored stainless steel.

"LOVE CONQUERS ALL" - Custom Initials

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PLEASE NOTE: We cannot accept returns on custom items. All custom order sales are final and nonrefundable, so please triple-check all information, including shipping address and custom text.

Create a custom necklace with your significant other's and your own initials, or the initials of two loved ones in your life.

Hand-crafted from start to finish, this stamped coin features the Latin phrase AMOR VINCIT OMNIA, which means "Love conquers all," framing a piece of nautical rope forming an infinity sign.

The infinity sign speaks to the hope that once found, love will be everlasting.

The phrase AMOR VINCIT OMNIA was perhaps made most famous by the Italian Baroque artist Caravaggio and his painting of the same title. The painting depicts a brazen Cupid, the Roman god of love, knocking over many symbols of human endeavors and civilization, offering the commentary that art, war, music, and exploration pale in comparison to the pursuit (or possession) of love. The motto sometimes appears as OMNIA VINCIT AMOR ("all is conquered by love"), which was the original iteration in the Roman poet Virgil's Eclogues X, published around 37 BCE. Virgil is credited with first coining the phrase, and he truly said it best: OMNIA VINCIT AMOR: ET NOS CEDAMUS AMORI - “Love conquers all; let us, too, yield to love!”

- Initials are hand-stamped inside each half of the infinity knot.
- Coin pendant is 1" in diameter.

If you are unsure about which chain length to order, please read our suggestions on the FAQ page.

Please note: All our brass pendants are raw brass, meaning they are not electroplated and will develop a beautiful patina over time. We recommend polishing it with a soft cloth to help keep your pendant's original shine if you prefer the bright metal look.

All custom-stamped coins come in our gold foil embossed gift boxes!

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11/29/2021
Fredrik S.
Norway Norway

Wife was verry happy

My wife got this as an early Christmas present. She was over the moon with it. Very nice rustic look. She will be wesring this for years to come.

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04/30/2020
Dalton I.
United States United States

Wife loves it

I purchased this for my wife's birthday and she loves it. I'm happy with the quality of the materials because my wife is sensitive to metals and has had no reaction at all. Quality product and a quality company!

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02/18/2020
Andrew M.
United States United States

Perfection!

This was my second purchase from Maritime Supply Co, and I have been completely satisfied both times. The products are great, the packaging is cool, the mission is awesome, and the free logo sticker they sent with the necklace is on the back of my car now. Highly recommend to anyone!