The Indian maidens are considered the princesses of Native American culture. They have skills both as a hunter and at home helping the mothers of the tribe. Many times a white man would fall in love with an indian maiden. He would have to complete various tasks and challenges in order to prove himself to her tribe. The maidens were also peace keepers amongst the men. Many times the name given to each maiden would symbolize the special characteristics she carried.
This sterling spoon dates between 1903-1907. The spoon was most likely made as a souvenir or commemorative spoon. The spoon ring shows a full body indian maiden. Her headdress and hair run down her shoulders. Different pieces of jewelry are beautiful displayed on different parts of her dress. He feet are clothed with moccasins.
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.