Tiny Spoon Pendant


At least 100 years ago (possibly 150), this was a salt spoon. Instead of salt shakers, people kept a small bowl, called a salt cellar, on the table. I love the micro design on the handle, which I’ve twisted to keep visible, and soldered down so it’ll stay securely on your chain. Sterling silver, 1.5″ long.

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This is a handmade piece of art: As such, it may display the quirky uniqueness that mass manufactured items lack. Enjoy its imperfections as proof that it was lovingly born of my sweat, tears, and (very rarely) blood.

Caring for your jewelry:

Sterling silver, copper, and brass will all tarnish and take on a patina over time. Your personal pH, environmental factors, how you store your jewelry, and how you care for your jewelry all make a difference. Avoiding exposure to chemicals (chlorine, etc) will reduce that change. Gentle cleaning with a silver polishing cloth should restore your piece to its original state.