This Turquoise and Sterling Silver Southwest style ring features Native American motifs but we believe, based on the stamping, that it was made by George Schuler & Company. This company was acquired by Krementz & Company in 1965. Both companies produced Jewelry for Tiffany's. The ring is made through casting.
The ring is stamped with the company's hallmark and "925" representing the Sterling Silver metal purity.
The ring setting is approximately 1 inch tall and about 2/3rd inches at its widest. The setting stands slightly above 1/8 inch from the band. It weighs approximately 7 grams. The band size is approximately 6.
The two Turquoise cabochons are the same size and measure about 1/4 of an inch tall and about 1/8th of an inch tall.
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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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