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This silver Butter Knife Ring is another addition to my extensive line of Spoon, Fork and Knife Jewelry. This striking ring is made from the blade portion of an individual silverplate Butter Knife. I've hammered the ring a bit, and stamped one of my favorite Bible verses - 2 Corinthians 5:7. The verse is 'We walk by faith not by sight'. Great gift idea for Mother's Day, graduation, birthdays, weddings, Christmas or any other special occasion.

I can make this ring in your size (not recommended for really small sizes, due to width of ring), and with your personal stamping. This is a nice wide ring, about 5/8", or 16mm. Please contact me if you would like a special verse, phrase, name or dates on your customized ring. If I don't get a request for a different stamping and size, I will make a medium size with this verse.

Now, what is an individual Butter Knife, many of you are asking. In my third photo, I show one next to the finished ring. These butter knives used to be a standard part of a table place setting, and were used to spread butter on your dinner rolls, bread, or whatever was being served. Those days are long gone I'm afraid, but it's nice to think of the care that was taken back then, to make a table setting and the gathering of family for dinner, very special.

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Silver Butter Knife Ring Hammered Stamped Bible Verse or Your Choice Stamping

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: butter knife, metal, silverplate, flatware, silverware, blade, knife
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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