Unique Silver Jewellery Handmade For You

  • Joon Designs in Sterling Silver, individually made by Jo
  • Antique spoons recycled lovingly into beautiful pieces
  • My aim is to provide unique jewellery to be worn everyday at affordable prices
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Thank you to Kylie Jones Photography for my promo video and some of the photos used on my website

    positive review  Joon Silver Thank you very much to Johanna Davison from joon silver, for making me a bespoke London manufactured the year was 1901 and the weight was 22.3g hall marked sterling silver vintage spoon ring I was worried based on the size of my fingers being a Z+1, that it would not look right and sit right However Johanna has made me a masterpiece of silver delight, I love it and will no doubt be back for more From point of ordering to delivery was just one week fair play, in this current climate as well She invited me to her bespoke little workshop at the back of her house, and showed me how the magic happened I’d highly recommend for men women and kids, all shapes and sizes of spoon are available to see and try on and buy Plus other things like necklaces and toe rings and other delights This is the luxury silver item you want need and will love, and it won’t break the bank either Hand crafted from vintage silver wear from the 1900s onwards Next for me will be a bespoke vintage letter opener bracelet, I can’t wait to see what Johanna can find me when the auctions and markets open back up Big respect to Johanna and her partner Nigel for observing social distancing when I called around Happy happy happy happy happy 😃

    Paul Andrews Avatar Paul Andrews
    04/06/2020

    positive review  Just loving my new toe ring, thanks Jo xx

    Siobhan Dunne Avatar Siobhan Dunne
    24/06/2020

    positive review  All her handmade jewellery is amazing xx

    Sara Eley Llewellyn Avatar Sara Eley Llewellyn
    28/07/2020

What Is A Spoon Ring?

Spoon rings are widely thought to have originated in England in the 17th century, when people began to make rings from table flatware.  Rumour has it that, servants stole from the masters house to make rings from the cutlery.  They couldn’t afford to buy engagement rings.  Instead, they would steal a piece of flatware from the big house, and shape into into a ring for a marriage proposal….

silver spoons ready for making into jewellery