...with this beautiful and unique handcrafted ring named Coinnle Corra, which is the Gaelic name for the Scottish Bluebell. A perfect name for this ring which has a decorative end depicting a single bloom.
Did you know I was once a teaspoon? I was originally made in the 1930's by Henry Atlins in Sheffield, that make me around 90 years old!
This salvaged antique sterling silver teaspoon comes in a limited edition set of 12 rings and all are dated 1932 except one which is dated 1931.
An antique patina has been applied to the silver which turns the whole ring black. The ring is then polished and the raised surfaces of the design are revealed leaving the recesses black making the designs stand out.
At the widest point these are 1cm across and taper to 3mm at the narrowest point. They have a nice weight to them and feel smooth and comfortable to wear.
A solid silver antique teaspoon.
Each ring retains the original hallmark and comes with a provenance card that tells you a bit about the history of the ring, including the original maker as well as the city and year the teaspoon was assayed – all packaged in a beautifully simple, stylish glassine envelope. All environmentally friendly, recyclable and plastic free from production to presentation.
Available in UK sizes L to R only
The rings are not closed and so can be adjusted slightly. This makes it a great choice as a gift too!
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