Spring Napkin Ring - Set of 2

349
Copper plated napkin rings perfect for any formal dining set ups or parties. Crafted in metal with laser cut detailing adds a touch of luxury onto your table set up. Pair them with contrasting napkins for the perfect dramatic effect. Napkin rings also called the serviette rings were traditionally invented by the French and slowly became an addition to all pretty table settings throughout the world. Different people and families soon developed their own unique designs for showing off their wealth and prestige to friends and guests. What’s more napkin rings also come with their own etiquette rules After you remove your napkin from the ring, you should place the napkin on your lap and the ring to the left of your plate. And after you have finished your meal, you have two options: You can place the napkin to the left of your plate, or once your plate has been removed, you can place it where your plate had been, but not back in the napkin ring. Traditionally, napkin rings were used informally and at family dinners so that cloth napkins could be reused. Each person had a distinct napkin ring. If the napkin was still clean, it was placed back in the ring at the end of the meal in order to be used again. But today, napkin rings are generally used for decoration, so there's no need to "recycle."
Copper plated napkin rings perfect for any formal dining set ups or parties. Crafted in metal with laser cut detailing adds a touch of luxury onto your table set up. Pair them with contrasting napkins for the perfect dramatic effect. Napkin rings also called the serviette rings were traditionally invented by the French and slowly became an addition to all pretty table settings throughout the world. Different people and families soon developed their own unique designs for showing off their wealth and prestige to friends and guests. What’s more napkin rings also come with their own etiquette rules After you remove your napkin from the ring, you should place the napkin on your lap and the ring to the left of your plate. And after you have finished your meal, you have two options: You can place the napkin to the left of your plate, or once your plate has been removed, you can place it where your plate had been, but not back in the napkin ring. Traditionally, napkin rings were used informally and at family dinners so that cloth napkins could be reused. Each person had a distinct napkin ring. If the napkin was still clean, it was placed back in the ring at the end of the meal in order to be used again. But today, napkin rings are generally used for decoration, so there's no need to "recycle."
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