Navajo Ring with Four Robin’s Egg Blue Turquoise Cabochons and Silver Drops [SOLD]

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Jeweler Unknown
  • Category: Jewelry Rings
  • Origin: Diné of the Navajo Nation
  • Medium: Silver and Turquoise
  • Size: 1-¼” long x ½” wide;
    Ring size: 7-¾
  • Item # C4102.01
  • SOLD

Four robin’s egg blue turquoise cabochons are arranged vertically on this lovely mid-century Navajo silver ring. The gemstones were set in handmade straight-edged silver bezels with small silver drops interspersed between. The face of the ring rests on a sleek, unstamped shank with a massive look. The smooth construction of the ring provides an elegant modern look. The ring is unsigned.

Condition:  this Navajo Ring with Four Robin's Egg Blue Turquoise Cabochons and Silver Drops is in excellent condition. All of the stones are intact.

Provenance: from a Colorado Southwest Indian Jewelry collector

Recommended Reading:

- Southwest Indian Silver From the Doneghy Collection by Louise Lincoln

Indian Jewelry of the American Southwest by William A. Turnbaugh

Relative Links:  Jewelry RingSouthwest Indian JewelryDiné - Navajo Nation

Jeweler Unknown
  • Category: Jewelry Rings
  • Origin: Diné of the Navajo Nation
  • Medium: Silver and Turquoise
  • Size: 1-¼” long x ½” wide;
    Ring size: 7-¾
  • Item # C4102.01
  • SOLD

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