Sterling Silver Bee Spoon Ring 1932- George Wicks

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Vintage Sterling Silver 925 Spoon Ring | Handmade with authorisation certificate | Hallmarking Compliant

This beautiful vintage solid English Tea Spoon has been lovingly transformed into a "spoon ring" and upcycled to have a new lease of life, so you will be wearing a little piece of history.

I have soldered a cute little bumble bee to the piece, giving a symbolic and cute twist. This ring is size R


*Comes with an official and legally required Certificate for the "Authorisation for change of use" , confirming that the changes made are compliant with the Hallmarking Act 1973.
* Please note, it is an offence under the Hallmarking Act 1973 to alter a hallmarked article without the written permission of any Assay Office.


This spoon was made in 1932 displays the GW Hallmark (George Wicks), together with the Lion Passant, and the Sheffield Crown Hallmark.


*Did you know, spoon rings were first made in 17th century England.
*Servants in wealthy houses who could not afford expensive precious metals,
*Servants would steal a silver spoon from their employer and have it turned into a wedding ring.
*Since then, spoon rings have been a unique gift of love.
*The spoons we select to create our pieces have a history.