The ideal ring for a tea lover: a ring made out of a vintage teaspoon! The sterling silver spoon was made about 150 years ago, but ended up damaged & collecting dust in an old drawer. That doesn't do justice to the craftmanship and beautiful engraving at all, right? Time to show off these spoons again, and what's a better way to do that than to wear it on a daily basis?
This ring is completely made of sterling silver and still has the original stamps. The spoon was made between 1862 and 1882 by Adrianus Kuijlenburg in Schoonhoven, NL. With this ring I'm honouring his design and give it a new spotlight to shine in: as a ring. When forming the ring I leave the spoon completely intact and make sure to maintain the original design. The shape of the spoon can still be seen in the ring! The small stem of this spoon is on the backside of the ring, so it's not bothering you while wearing it. Allthough the ring seems huge, the spoons are very lightweight, making it barely feel like you're wearing such a big ring at all.
Important note: leave your ring size in the comment section when going through checkout! I will shape this ring to our size, but thanks to the design of this ring you can easily shape it bigger or smaller by yourself as well. In case there's no ring size mentioned with your order, I'll shape it to the standard size of 17,5. No clue what your ring size is? Let me help you in this article.