A recent commission has been a matching set of napkin rings for a special event. To remind the owners of the time they walked the Thames path, the napkins each have a representation of the Thames Path from Lechlade to Walton.
What you see on the left is the north bank formed from an extra layer of silver, whilst on the right hand side the south bank is thicker using the other part of the silver sheet – economical on silver! Hence the napkins are a sort of ‘half a sixpence’. The section of the path seen here is from Oxford at the top and Reading at the bottom, with Radley in the middle. The rings are deeper than normal to accomodate the route without compression. They are hallmarked and engraved on the insided.