Napkin rings were in fashion from 1869 to about 1900. They were made of silver, porcelain, wood, and other materials. They are still being made. The first American patent for napkin rings was issued in 1867. Collectors pay the hights prices for the silver plated figural examples. Small, realistic figures were made to hold the ring. Good and poor reproductions of the more expensive rings have been made since the 1950s and collectors must be very careful.
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|Napkin Rings||Ring On Leaf||Flowers, Silver Plate||1995||Login / Create Account for Price|