Here's a late 19th century figural silver plated napkin ring made by the Bridgeport Silver Company of Connecticut. It is in the form of a grape leaf complete with a "stem" for the handle, and also has delicate engraved veins on the leaf. On the top of the ring for the napkin is an engraved horseshoe that says "Good Luck" on it, and laurel leaves beneath the horseshoe. On the bottom is the maker's name and logo, then "triple plate" and "209" for the item number. The measurements are 4 1/2" long and 2 1/2" high. The condition is very good - a bit of silver plating worn off around the horseshoe - but overall looking quite nice for its age. It was made around the 1890's.
There's lots going on with this napkin ring and it's an unusual one too.