Show & Tell ~ Napkin Rings

For Show and Tell today I’d like to share some of my napkin rings. I’ve always enjoyed using cloth napkins and napkin rings when we have friends over. I have some of my collection with me at the condo in California. Some of the rings I collected before Dear and I were married. We bought two matching antique silver ones when we were in England together with a Christian Rock Band Tour before we were married.


The ceramic white and blue are Dansk rings that I picked up at Goodwill. The pearl ones I got at clearance from Target. The dark bronze swirly ones were a gift from my son and his wife for Christmas. The silver with the scrolled design are antique sterling silver ones we bought in England in 1974. The snowflake ones I bought at K-Mart Christmas clearance 90% off. The 4 seashell ones are antiqued pewter that I bought before we were married.


It’s always fun to change up my table settings with all these great bargain napkins and napkin rings.

For more Show and Tell head on over to Kelli’s at There’s No Place Like Home.

Photobucket is holding all my photos I stored with them from 2007-2015 hostage. They have blacked out all those photos on my blog posts. OH BOTHER! I’m slowly cleaning up my posts.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

42 thoughts on “Show & Tell ~ Napkin Rings

  1. I’ve been thinking of making some cloth napkins lately to add to our dining table so I’ll be on the lookout for some rings as well. Yours are very beautiful.

  2. Ellen, Ellen!!!! What a wonderful collection….and oh so unique for show n tell……….I’m particularly fond of the sand dollar rings. Those are tops!! But, all are so beautiful. This SnT is priceless!!

    My show n tell is posted. Drop in for a visit if you can find time, I love visitors. :o)

  3. Wow, what an amazing collection of napkin rings you have! And guess what! I do not have a single one! ;-((( Yours are all wonderful and I can hardly say which one I love the most.

    Thanks for sharing and have a great Friday!

    Best wishes from Germany,

  4. Right down my alley! I love all things to set a pretty table, and have collections of napkins and napkin rings. It’s fun to see yours, Ellen. I always enjoy the pictures of your pretty tables.

  5. Dear Ellen!

    I just have to come back after I read your comment on my lavender heart photos and say thank you thank you thank you! It’s such a great pleasure to hear that people like the thinkgs I do!

    XoX, Anita

  6. Gorgeous napkin rings and get a load of those napkins. Ellen, just beautiful. Your tables must look fantastic! Thanks for stopping by my S&T. 🙂

  7. What a very special and nice collection of napkin rings. I, like you, love cloth napkins and napkins rings and use them when I entertain but none of mine compare to the beauty of yours. So nice. Thanks for sharing them.

  8. What a wonderful collection of napkin rings! So nice that you use cloth napkins and add the special touch!

    Yellow Rose Arbor

    P.S. – I did a second S&T, the camera is working now! Please return!

  9. Those are all beautiful. My favorites are the silver and the pewter. Aren’t napkin rings fun? I think they are things of beauty all by themselves.

  10. you have some beautiful napkin rings there. i especially like the snowflake ones – since i love snowflakes! thanks for sharing them with us.

    and thanks for stopping by my place and leaving a comment :]

  11. What a fun collection! You always have something wonderful to share with tablesettings. It seems to be a lost thing anymore and I would love to at least trade my paper towels in for cloth napkins someday. You’re an inspiration–keep it up!

    Cathy 🙂

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