Here's a very unusual green turquoise ring, with lots of gold and tan matrix, that's the first one (containing these particular colors) that we've seen in many, many years.
This size 7 ring measures 1+1/4" long and it weighs a quite comfortable 9 grams.
As with much, vintage, Indian made jewelry, there is no artist's hallmark nor any stamp indicating the quality of the silver.
Pawn traders are restricted, by State law, from giving out certain types of information. However, in this case, we were told that this ring was made by a Navajo artist, during the 1940's or 1950's.
Despite it's age this wonderful old beauty is in remarkably good condition. The turquoise stone is set firmly in it's bezel and it's neither cracked nor chipped. The silver shows only minimal signs of wear.
The terrific example of genuine, handmade, Native American art, will surely make a great addition to your jewelry collection.
Some pictures are enlarged to show details.
The coin in one of the pictures is a quarter.
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