This unusual ring was originally a teaspoon made by Harrison Fisher & Co, Sheffield in 1963. Who knew a simple utilitarian teaspoon could become such a beautiful and distinctive ring which would look great on any finger.
Upcycling at its very best.
The original name given to the design of this type of sleek and stylish teaspoon with a central ridge to the front of the stem, was ‘Hanovarian’ and is so named because its manufacture spanned most of the 18th Century, coinciding with the reigns of George I, II and III (part) of the House of Hanover dynasty.
This edition of the Hanovar ring, dated 1963, comes in a limited edition of 12 rings.
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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