I love the stories behind the spoons I receive from customers. It’s a joy to make jewellery from them that then returns to the family to be cherished as a wearable heirlooms for decades to come. This beautiful teaspoon was assayed in 1847 by Alexander Coghill, Glasgow – what an amazing piece of history to salvage and transform!

Eleanor Scanlon commission me to make a spoon ring for her from her Great Grandmother Teaspoon dated 1847

Evie did a fantastic job of turning my Great Grandmother’s silver teaspoon into a modern chunky ring that I will wear every day. The spoon has languished in a drawer for years but now has been transformed into a wearable heirloom. Even my Great Granny’s monogram has been preserved and the original hallmark dating back to 1847 remains inside.