This beautiful example of Turquoise Channel Inlay sits atop a larger Sterling Silver ring. Channel Inlay is a way of setting stones by cutting semi-precious stones into small shapes and placing them between thin pieces of silver. It allows for unique and striking patterning. It is a common design feature of some of the Southwest Native American tribes and is a traditional Native American construction technique.
This ring is not signed though there is what appears to be a "Sterling" stamp. The ring did test well for sterling.
The ring setting/face stands less than a 1/10th of an inch from the band. The face of the ring is just over 3/4s of an inch tall and just over 1/2 of an inch wide. It weighs approximately 14 grams. The band size is approximately 11.
Price includes sales tax, shipping, and handling.
Our antique and vintage silver for sale is mainly vintage, pre-owned, and antique items. They usually will have signs of wear and tear. The pieces may have dents, scratches, patina(tarnish or oxidation caused by age), cracked and broken stones, etc. The item in the photographs may be larger or smaller than what they appear in the photo. Check the description for physical dimensions and contact us with any questions. We are not experts in stones and stone types are based off our knowledge. We do acid tests for silver purity. Items are sold as is.
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