This beautiful vintage silver and turquoise old pawn southwestern Navajo ring features a rounded triangular chunk of bright blue turquoise, with a scalloped edge silver bevel holding it in place. There is a space of a few millimetres between the bevel and the woven wreath that surrounds the ring, and where the bank connects to the setting, the band is wide, with a v section cut from the channel. the band is 9mm wide where it connects, but narrows to 2mm at the narrowest point.
This estate silver and turquoise ring is clearly handmade, and it is easy to see that the band is not perfectly symmetrical in terms of the width on either side, but this adds to its charm, as does the tarnish that adds age and patina to the ring.
Condition: this estate silver ring is in excellent vintage condition, with some slight tarnish noted. This ring is solid and true. A one of a kind ring for a one of a kind person!