Wear a piece of history with these beautiful and unique limited edition handcrafted sterling silverware spoon rings.
These salvaged antique sterling silver spoons are upcycling at its finest, they have been re-imagined and transformed into the most exquisite wearable heirlooms with a new purpose, beauty and charm.
Each ring retains the original hallmark* and comes with a provenance card that outlines the original maker as well as the city and year the spoon was assayed.
*with a few exceptions where the hallmark is on the bowl of the spoon that is removed
- Each ring in this collection is given a unique name of Celtic or Gaelic origin that relates to the designs on the teaspoon stems.
- Limited Edition of 5 to 6 rings made of each design
- Biorán, meaning pin - 1941 by R.F.Mosley & Co, Sheffield.
- Aoife, meaning radiant & beautiful - 1934 by Arthur Price & Co, Birmingham.
- Sporran, meaning purse - 1957 by Eugene Leclere, Sheffield.
- Ceara, meaning spear - 1943 by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield.
- Muileteach, meaning diamond shaped - 1905 by Henry Williamson, Sheffield
- Anthemion, meaning pattern of palm leaves - 1932 by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield.
Each ring is resizable as the ring is made as an open loop