Here's a stunning, handmade, turquoise and sterling silver ring that was handmade by one of the wonderully talanted Navajo jewelry artists.
Pawn traders are regulated by State Laws, as to what information they are allowed to give out, however, this trader was able to tell us that the ring was made during the 193o's or 1940's.
This size 8+1/8 rings weighs a very comfortable 4.6 grams and it measures 1+1/8"long.
Take a good look at the pictures displayed above to see the ring's true beauty and quality.
Despite it's age this wonderful old beauty is still in remarkably good condition. The turquoise stone is set firmly in it's bezels and and is neither cracked nor chipped. The silver shows practically no signs of wear. With a bit of polishing it could probably pass as new.
The terrific example of genuine, vintage, handmade, Native American art, will surely make a great addition to your jewelry collection.
Some pictures may have been enlarged to show you better details.
The coin in one of the pictures is a quarter.
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