Victorian Silver spoon ring hallmarked 1899


Folded Silver Spoon ring

This is a Victorian silver tea spoon that has been handmade into a stunning statement piece ring. The ring is a size N and hallmarked 1899 London, possibly Thomas Dicks. The Weight 12g

The bowl has been folded over then the handle wrapped around it showing the hallmark on the back of the handle.

The ring is a size N but can be adjusted 2 sizes either way.

The teaspoons used in the crafting of these spoon rings are antique and have been used for what they were originally made for. This means that they may shows some signs of this wear, but I leave these minor imperfections in the rings as I think they add to their story, character and uniqueness. I have listed as new as they have not been worn as rings but may have been used as a spoon. All my spoon rings are hallmarked as silver.


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