This unique upcycled spoon ring is made from a vintage souvenir/premium spoon for Palmolive soap celebrating the 1934 birth of the Dionne quintuplets whom were the first set of quints to survive infancy. This particular spoon is of Cecile and is a wonderful figural spoon with oodles of detail.
The figural top of the ring was made from the Cecile spoon handle end and was cut filed and finished. It was then married with the shank which is from another spoon that was in the scrap bin which also has some lovely detail.
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. We do not cast/mold any of our designs, they are all handmade, one-of-a-kind creations.
Condition: Please note, this is an antique item that was once used as a utensil. As a result, there may be some wear from use. But some wear gives the piece patina and personality. We do our best to disclose any condition issues of note.