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A Navajo or Pueblo split-shank silver ring set with a rectangular Lone Mountain, Nevada spiderweb turquoise stone, circa 1930’s-1940’s

A little sweetheart of a ring, this piece features a beautiful piece of high-grade, blue Lone Mountain, Nevada spiderweb turquoise, one of the rarest, most beautiful and expensive varieties of American turquoise in existence. We estimate the weight of the stone at approximately 7-9 carats.

The stone is set in a very delicately-wrought silver bezel surround with a degree of Spanish influence all of which makes us think the ring could very well be Pueblo made instead of Navajo. The split-silver shank of the ring is equally delicate and finely-wrought.

The ring is a size 8 3/4-9 and its face measures 7/8” height and 3/4” width. It weighs 6 grams or 1/4 ounce and is in excellent original condition.

Price $525

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