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Spoon rings were first made in 17th century England as wedding rings by servants who could not afford expensive precious metals. Servants would steal a silver spoon from their master and have it turned into a wedding ring to be worn on the thumb of their love. Servants who were caught stealing their masters' spoons were sentenced for 'stealing a silver spoon.’ An expression of love got the servants 7 years of imprisonment overseas. When they arrived, some of the servants met skillful prisoners who could turn spoons into rings. They took yet another spoon from an officer or their new master to present their love with a precious ring. Ever since, spoon rings have been a timeless gift of love.

This spoon ring was hand made from a recycled silver plated spoon. I use a special technique and tools that I created to roll the spoon ring without causing any damage to the spoon. The pattern is just as beautiful and precious as before. Every intricate detail is kept.

**This ring can be sized to fit any finger so please be sure to include your ring size along with your order.**

Spoon Rings from MarchelloArt are guaranteed to fit. If your ring does not fit upon arrival, send it back for a free resizing.

Silver Spoon Ring, Flower Spoon Ring, Silverware Jewelry, Bridesmaid Gifts, Wedding Ring, Something Old, Lady Doris aka Princess

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: recycled silverware, silver, spoon, silverplate, teaspoon
  • Ships worldwide from Michigan, United States
  • Feedback: 2465 reviews
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