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A Navajo ingot-silver, split-chisel ring with a rectangular, Bisbee, Arizona turquoise stone set in

a serrated bezel, circa 1940’s-1950’s

A very finely-made ring with an elegant, classic look and a great, sky-blue stone. This piece has been well-worn and cherished for many, many years. There is an old, now very worn down, silver solder repair along the entire length of the ingot-silver shank where it probably split apart at one time. The large, rectangular, Bisbee turquoise stone has lots of nice, soft polish from wear and an old, well-healed crack across the middle but it is completely secure in its bezel.

the silver has terrific overall patina from wear. The ring is a size 8 ½- 8 ¾. The ring’s face measures 9/16” height and 5/8” width and the ring weighs 8 grams/.29 ounces. This is a very well-loved little sweetheart of a piece, perhaps one for your well-loved, little sweetheart.

Price $175

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