Grandma is gone and you've just inherited her antique spoon collection.
Instead of spending the rest of your natural life polishing knives
and forks, you pack them up and sell them off to the highest bidder.
"People don't like to polish silverware anymore. They put them
in their drawers and they turn black," says Wendy Worobets
of The Family Jewels in Sherwood Park. Along with her husband, Colin
Naylor, who lends his knowledge as a machinist, Worobets is reviving
the lost art of pressing antique spoons into rings. The artistry
traces back more than a hundred years ago. Sailors in the navy would
sneak away pieces of silverware from the ship galley and roll them
into engagement rings for their girlfriends, she says.
At first glance, a "spoon ring" looks like a normal silver
ring, but it's really a unique piece of history. Click
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