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David Tune Navajo Native American Cobblestone Inlay Ring sz6 sz7 sz8

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David Tune Navajo Native American Cobblestone Inlay Ring sz6 sz7 sz8

$295.00

Cool Native American made Cobblestone Inlay ring, created by David Tune. The face of the ring measures 1-7/8 long. Raised cobblestone inlay in center and a genuine turquoise stone. Tufa cast shank. Size 6 to 8 adjustable. Item #2676

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This innovative sterling silver and multi-stone inlay ring was made by Native American artist David Tune (Navajo/Creek). The ring features a raised cobblestone inlay using a variety of stones & shells, including turquoise, coral, lapis, sugilite and more.

The face of the ring ring is mounted on a very thick shank that is wide at one end and gradually gets slimmer as it meets the other side. The narrow side of the shank is intentionally un-attached to the back of the ring (giving you some flex on those swollen finger days), so the ring adjusts from a size 6 to 8. The heavy shank rests against the back of the ring, is very strong and will keep its position, once you have adjusted it. The shank looks like it has been tufa cast and is beautifully stamped with David Tune's sun symbol.

The face of the ring measures 1-7/8 long by 5/8 wide.
Hallmarked with David Tune's hallmark and also stamped Sterling. Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift box and Certificate of Authenticity included with your purchase. Don't miss out on this unique piece of beautiful Indian jewelry.

About David Tune: David Tune was born in Winslow, Arizona and raised in Oklahoma. His Creek and Navajo heritage led him to silversmithing. He has been creating jewelry for over 15 years and he has won numerous awards over the years.