The napkin ring, occasionally called a Christening bangle, was originally used to identify the napkins of a household between weekly wash days. ... Napkin rings are an invention of the European bourgeoisie, first appearing in France about 1800 and soon spreading to all countries in the western world. The most common rings were made out of silver, but others were made with bone, wood, pearls, porcelain, glass, and other materials. Soon, the use of napkin rings spread to all countries in the western world. They’ve been an integral part of fine dining ever since.
There are two different kinds of napkin rings. The standard napkin ring is the simplest. It is a simple ring with a basic design.
Six beautiful Pewter Fauna Serviette Rings handcrafted in Tasmania from fine lead free Australian pewter, a portion of the tin is mined in Port Davey, Tasmania. The Serviette Rings come in a specially made box crafted from Tasmanian Blackwood. Overall dimensions 19cm x 8cm x 6.5cm H approx.Patterns on the serviette rings are FLORA