Made by Shepard Manufacturing Company in 1901 to honor "The Pan-American Exposition". This spoon was sold at World's Fair held in Buffalo, New York in 1901. The outside of the ring is an indian teepee, a canoe and his tools he used to hunt and farm. Underneath the tools is a baby boy. This is a sign that the Indian chief would eventually pass down his authority to his son when he was ready. The inside of the ring has an indian chiefs head in a beautiful feathered headdress. Underneath the chief is an arrangement of corn leading to his bow and arrow.
Dimensions of ring: Current Size: 9 US Ring Feel: Large
Aaron Paul can re-size any spoon ring to fit your finger free of charge. He takes great care in carefully cleaning each spoon and uniquely turning it into a piece of history you can wear. Each piece of silverware Aaron Paul uses dates back between the early 1800’s to mid 1900’s with a majority of the patterns between 1880’s to 1930’s.
My goal as an artist is to not only show the beauty and history of each piece of art but also the beauty of the person that wears this ring. I believe every person has a unique identity. With this identity and skills learned throughout life they can go into the world and shed light into dark places. My hope is that my art will help remind each person how unique they are and how they are one of a kind.