Among all the artistic, cultural and economic manifestations that Islam developed in Al-Andalus, the currency is one of the most important, not only for its value as an economic tool, but by the wealth of information of all kinds that provide us. The first manifestations of jewelry of Al-Andalus were made by Mozarabics artisans according to the Hispano-Roman-Visigothic tradition.
This coin is atypical because of its format and the mention of the Alhambra as the place of minting. These considerations, together with its low gold content, suggest that it may be a exceptional issue made in a situation of political instability.
The reformer capacity the Almohads became evident in the new square shape they gave to Dirham. This impacted greatly in Al-Andalus, so that Al- Mahdi, founder of the Almohad movement, he was nicknamed 'the man of the square Dirham'.
The felus is the humblest unit of the Hispano-Muslim monetary system. Its mintage ranges from the invasion until the beginning of the reign of Abderrahman III. From that moment they were not made and if wanted fractional currency, silver dirhams were cut.
Adaptation for pendant of Nazari Dobla crimped in braided frame. Reproduction in gold plated bronze and frame in silver plated brass.
Adaptation to ring of a square Dirham Almohad. The ring is open to any measure. Made of silver plated brass.
Adaptation for earrings of Nazari feluses. Hooks in silver and coins in bronze silver plated.