How to Recycle your Vintage Silverware into Jewels!

How to Recycle your Vintage Silverware into Jewels! - Rings

Each one of these beautiful spoons, rings, bracelets and bell pendants are handmade by dankartistry from real vintage silverware. In the business of crafting quality silverware jewelry for over 6 years, he smithed each spoon into a work of art!

How to Recycle your Vintage Silverware into Jewels! - Rings

How to Recycle your Vintage Silverware into Jewels! - Rings

Spoon ring made from the popular collectible Argosy pattern made by Rogers and Brothers. in 1926. This delicate lacy pattern features light simple flowers and scrolls with a dark delicate detailed Art Deco border.

How to Recycle your Vintage Silverware into Jewels! - Rings

This wrapped style teaspoon ring is in the ever popular Orange Blossom Silverware pattern from November 29th, 1910. The Orange Blossom pattern was commissioned by Sunkist from the Rogers Company in 1910. The silverware was purchased by mailing in the wrappers of the fruit as proof of purchase plus a small fee for the silverware. The fruit spoons were free of course, and that is why they are so easily found and often in wonderful unused condition. How to Recycle your Vintage Silverware into Jewels! - Rings

This beautiful demitasse size spoon ring is in the American Victorian pattern by Lunt and is from 1941. American Victorian is a sturdy pattern like most of the popular sterling designs of the 40’s. This pattern was designed by Frederick W. Koonz.

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