“Daffodil” 1950 Vintage Spoon Bracelet | Silverware | Upcycled | Antique March Birth Flower
This handmade bracelet is crafted from two vintage, silver-plated spoons known as "Daffodil".
Daffodil silver plate pattern by 1847 Rogers International was introduced in 1950 and was discontinued in 1973. This is a very popular silverware pattern that has a large and beautiful daffodil at the top of the handle.
If sold out, please contact me as additional silverware may be available for use.
The clasps are super strong magnets, attached by stainless steel jump rings. To take the bracelet off, slide the magnets apart in opposite directions rather than pulling away from each other, or slide a fingernail between the magnets to disengage.
Clean, polish, cut, smooth, bend, bend, cuss, bend, sweat, bend, hammer, tumble, patina, buff. Sound easy? It’s painstakingly difficult but the end result … beautiful and unique! You can expect to see signs of its age and prior use but that just adds to it's uniqueness!
If you have your eye on this or any other piece, snatch 'em up. In some instances I have a few of the same pattern. In other cases, they are a one of a kind! Once they’re gone, they’re gone for good!
I hope you can appreciate the unique beauty and hard work that goes into these.
Check out my other items I've made from vintage silverware!
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