Playing the Spoons Ring - Size 8.5
"Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans all played spoons and a variation of the spoons called "the rattle bones" or "the rhythm bones"... [They] played spoons and bones in their battle marches and some even speculate that human bones were used.
"Spoons play a part in many different cultures. The Irish, French-Canadian, Turkish, Russian, and Vietnamese all played spoons as a part of their traditional musical heritage. In America, spoons are associated with minstrels, jug bands, and folk music."
(from "Spoonology - the history of spoon playing")
Carved No. 8 turquoise.
Ring band is 3/8" wide.
Ring top measures 2 1/4" long and 2" at its widest point.
Ships with insurance within the US.