I recently obtained a new line of jewelry that is
made from silverplate flatware (silverware) and the pieces are
stunning. I even had the owner make me a watch and to her credit,
I asked for an "art deco" style and that is exactly what I got;
the pattern is from 1932. Deb researches all the patterns she
uses and whenever possible will identify the pattern,
manufacturer, and year the item was made. She will even custom
make jewelry; so if you have your baby spoon or something special
in the way of flatware, contact me and we can go through the
possibilities. We're not talking about silverware rings (although
she has those too), but necklaces, earrings, letter openers, pins,
pendants, posie pins, and bracelets. She and her husband have a
studio, and each piece has sterling silver findings. She even
makes a fabulous watch/brooch that would be perfect for those who
prefer not to wear a wrist watch. All of the items are unique,
one of a kind types, so if I don't have something pictured, email
me with inquiries. If you have a pattern in mind, Deb will likely
have it and can make it up for you. An example would be an old
butter knife. Using the knife blade, it could be made into a
brooch with charms hanging from it; or even a thimble hanger.
From the handle, a scissor fob and a pendant for an omega chain.
So you could be getting three pieces from one utensil.