Custom designing a bespoke piece from your family silver or stainless cutlery is a fantastic way to share and enjoy the old family silverware.  

We can make most of the designs available at Spoon Savvy from your own silverware. From coveted spoon rings crafted from teaspoon handles to contemporary earrings made from spoon scoops - imagination and creativity offer endless designs. 

spoon wedding rings made from antique sterling silver teaspoons

The process   involves your cutlery being hammered, filed, sanded and buffed with traditional jeweller’s techniques.  It is then formed into a spoon/fork ring, bracelet or pendant with traditional 'spoon' jewellers techniques.

Sizing   We work with the European sizing system, where the ring size is depicted with a letter e.g. size Q - for more info visit http://spoonsavvy.com/pages/sizing

Resizing   after purchase is free if you are happy to provide a return prepaid satchel for postage.

Cost     Our designs range from $40 for a single bespoke jewellery design.  

Orders     Choose your design from the Bespoke gallery at the bottom of this page and complete the online order form - then simply pop your spoons (or forks) in the post, via registered or express post.

Email us    at spoonsavvy@hotmail.com to let us know your spoons are on their way.  

We’ll have your designs in the post within 7 days of them arriving. (if you require your order a.s.a.p. don’t hesitate to ask – anything is possible).

Postage   Spoon Savvy prefers to use Australia Post registered or express post for safe postage & delivery of your precious things.  

The fine print   Thankyou for trusting Spoon Savvy with your treasured items.  It is important for us to let you know that although we take great care with your cutlery when making spoon jewellery designs – there is a chance that things can go a little pear shaped e.g. a crack may present in the cutlery.  This is a very rare occurrence.  If this were to happen – your cutlery would be posted back ‘as is’, and unfortunately we would not be able to complete the design.  Can’t say that it happens often– but there’s the fine print, quite boldly, out of the way.