This spoon ring tells a story of an indian chief who is passing down his inheritance to his son. The spoon ring starts out with the indian chief's head. His son, as a new born, is shown underneath the indian chief. Behind the son you see multiple tools and arrows. This symbolizes the training and teaching of how to hunt and build given to the son from his father. Three feathers follow underneath the indian chiefs son. If an indian was given a feather from a chief is was considered the highest honor. The feathers symbolize trust, honor, strength, wisdom, power, freedom and many more things. The inside of the ring starts with an indian shooting into the sky. Some believe this is a symbol of peace between the Native Americans and the whites that came into their land. Underneath the indian the ring is finished with an arrow sheath.
Dimensions of ring: Current Size: 8 US Ring Feel: Medium to 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.