This spoon money clip is shaped like a banjo and is one based on one of our most popular designs. Upcycled from a vintage silverplate teaspoon, this spoon was cut and contoured to have the round figure of a banjo. Next a hole was cut in the middle for the sound hole and the neck was bent to form the clip. This pattern of silverware is Matt’s favorite and has been sitting on the workbench waiting to be made into something. He hand stamped the piece with “HARMONEY” which is a play on words combining “Harmony” relating to the banjo/music and “money” relating to the function of the piece as a money clip
Manufacturer: Rogers Anchor
Pattern Name: Alhambra
Pattern Date: 1907
Dimensions: ~2 5/8” x ~ 1 5/8” x ~3/4”
This item makes a wonderful gift for a groom, a boyfriend a dad or any other man your list! Think how great this would be as a groomsmen gift - we can certainly make a set for all your groomsmen with personalized stamps like dates, names or other musical references, your choice!
For all our designs we choose wonderful vintage/antique silverplate cutlery. Once chosen, the pieces are modified and beautified by HAND; they are cut, drilled, filed and polished.
Condition: Please note, this is an antique item that was once used as a utensil. As a result, there may be some wear to the silverplate, fine scratch marks from use. But some wear gives the piece patina and personality. We do our best to disclose any condition issues of note.