New Mens Ring in Sterling Silver with Kingman Black Spiderweb Turquoise made by Native American Navajo Artist Geraldine James
The setting is a sterling silver casting with an overlay design on each side and a hand made setting on top
It has a heavy bold look, but is not a very heavy ring
The setting is tall, the top of the stone rises above the finger more than most rings
Total Weight is Approx. over 14.1 Grams
Natural and rare turquoise gem from the Kingman Mine in Arizona weighing approx. 4.45 cts.
The turquoise is cut following the natural contours of the raw nugget; some dips and irregularities are intentionally left.
The Black matrix has been enhanced with a mineral stain
Turquoise is approx 14 MM x 9 MM
Length of setting is approx 17 mm along the finger
Ring Size 8 1/2
Etched "G" and stamped "Sterling"
Geraldine uses traditional stamping, forming, and casting techniques, and individually sizes his rings. His jewelry is hand crafted and will show evidence of tool marks, scratches, sizing, pits and other small flaws in the stones and silver
For size reference we usually include US. coins. A Dime is approx. 17.5 MM or 11/16" A penny is just under 19 MM approx. ¾”" A Quarter is approx. 24 MM or 15/16" A Silver Dollar is approx. 37.5 mm in diameter (Just under 1 ½ “) A half dollar is just over 30 mm or just under 1 ¼ A Nickel is 21 mm
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