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Sterling Silver Pinball Ring

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∙ Ladies' ring
∙ .925 sterling silver
∙ Hand crafted
∙ Monogram plate for engraving
∙ Sizes 6 to 9 1/4"w
∙ Made in the USA
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Machine Engraving
Single initial on Jewelry$5.00
Hand Engraving
Single initial on Jewelry$19.00

How to Specify Initials Single Initials

Please specify one letter, typically the first initial of the last name.

Triple-Initial Monograms, Traditional Style

Specify initials in the following order: first name, last name, middle name. The last-name initials appears centered and slightly larger than the two initials on either side.

Please only enter the initials you would like engraved. Contact customer support at 1-800-446-9240 for pricing on custom engraving.

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This Pinball Ring is hand-crafted after a rare and unusual artifact, our exquisite Pinball Ring is a treasure in its own right. Each of the sterling silver ring's components is formed from .925 sterling silver, and a patina has been applied to replicate the finish of the original pinball ring in Colonial Williamsburg's museum collections. The true highlight of our silver beaded ring is the monogram plate, true in shape to its 200-year-old cousin. This oval disc allows the ring to be hand-engraved with the recipient's initials, just like the museum original! Over a fifth ounce of precious silver makes this personalized ring a fine gift as a winning combination of history and style. Sizes 6 to 9∙ 1/4"w
This sterling silver jewelry is a design replica of an antique pinball ring in the Colonial Williamsburg museum collections. The artifact dates to the late 1700s from the Mid-Atlantic States.

Pinball rings were used to carry a lady's sewing needles. The ring held a round ball, made sometimes of needlepoint, velvet, cotton, silk, or whatever the user had around; the inside of the ball was stuffed with wool, as lanolin keeps metal from rusting and helped make the needle go through fabrics smoother. Sometimes broken walnut shells would be added to the ball to help to keep needles sharpened.

The ball, inserted into the pinball ring, was attached to the lady's chatelaine by either chain or ribbon. She would also have scissors hanging from her chatelaine, maybe a magnifying glass, keys, ivory notebook, etc.
Clean with a silver polishing cloth.

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