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Sterling Silver Spinner Rings with Flower Pattern



These sterling silver spinner rings (anxiety rings, fidget rings) with flower pattern have been popular as both wedding rings and a piece of everyday jewellery. They have 2 spinning rings / fidget rings:

  • a 3mm wide sterling silver ring with a flower pattern and oxidised finish
  • a 2mm wide sterling silver half round wire ring with an oxidised, satin finish

The base ring is approximately 10mm wide and 0.7mm thick and also has a satin, oxidised finish. The edges of the base ring are flared slightly so the spinning rings cannot slide off.

As with all my jewellery, the sterling silver used in this ring is 100% recycled.


I have given US size options but I am very happy to make rings in UK/Australian sizes. Just scroll down to the bottom and select 'Other - will advise' and leave me a note during checkout with your UK/Aus size.

Please be aware that most people require a slightly larger size for wide bands - if you are unsure of your ring size (or wide band ring size), a local jeweller should be able to measure your finger for you.

Please note this ring is made to order. Please allow approximately 2 weeks for your ring to be made.

All of my sterling silver jewellery is handmade in my studio in Adelaide, South Australia.

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Barry M.

Magic ring of comfort and joy (looks good too).

The ring is everything it is described to be and more, the finish is amazing, fits like a glove, and I mean it. The highly polished inside of the ring is the equivalent of getting home and putting on the comfy slippers. It is one of the most understated rings that I have, yet draws attention immediately to its simplicity and a lot of fun to play with for us OCD brethren. Thanks Rebecca, would recommend you and your beautiful work to all that ask “hey, where’d you get that”.