Simple Spinning Ring With Visible Hallmark

Less is definitely more with this spinning ring…..but the fun is still there if you like kinetic jewellery to fiddle with.



Spinning rings are definitely one of my favourite pieces to make. They are incredibly versatile and can be made a lot of fun by adding colour and different shapes. Less is definitely more with this ring. I have kept it as plain as plain can be but the fun is still there if you like kinetic jewellery to fiddle with.

Spinning rings are also known as fidget rings and worry rings as the outer rings rotate the base ring diverting your attention from your worries or a present situation that is causing stress/anxiety. The base ring has been lightly textured by hand using a hammer, is 12mm in width, and has been cut from 1mm thick sterling silver sheet. The spinner is also 1mm thick silver sheet, is 3mm in width and has been left smooth as a contrast to the textured base below. I have made a feature out of my hallmark (would you believe my Maker’s Mark is a heart too?) and have had it stamped onto the outer surface of the outer spinner. The ring has then been highly polished.

As this is a wide ring I recommend getting an up to date wide ring measurement at a jewellers. Wide rings can mean having to go up a size or so. Any size adjustment will carry a charge.

Spinning rings are made to order and arrive in a Silverpickle gift box, tied with ribbon, with a silver polishing cloth.