This listing features an earlier century vintage Navajo ring, handcrafted from Sterling Silver and Natural Turquoise. Handcrafted by an unknown Navajo Artist during the early-mid century, this ring features a long ring face adorning three natural Turquoise stones. The stones portray light blue color hues with subtle blue green water-webbing and distinct burnt orange matrixes. Natural veining and pitting are present in the stones due to their natural state. They're in wonderful condition and rest securely in their bezels while lined over a bed of silver.
Remnants of old cutouts rest on each side of the center stone while twisted ropes surround the two outer stones. The back of the ring has a sturdy triple split shank. It's a strong solid band, in perfect round wearable shape. There is no sterling stamp or signature which is common of the era however, the silver has been tested and proves to be sterling. Add this old Navajo ring to your collection, wear with pride, and enjoy!
Size - Sits just a little over a size 6 on a ring mandrel. Ring Face Measurements - The ring face measures 1-5/16" long by just a hair under 1/2" wide. Stone Measurements - The center stone measures 7/16" long by 1/4" wide and the two remaining stones measure about 1/4" long by 3/16" wide. Signed by Artist - NO. Stamped Sterling - NO, tested and verified.
Condition - Preowned, in excellent vintage condition with original stones and slightly aged patina, ready to wear or display. I treat every item as if it were my own. Extra bubble wrap and packing materials are used to ensure a safe arrival to its new owner. Please see all 19 photos!! Enlarge them and study them.
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