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Big Navajo Everett & Mary Teller Royston Turquoise Ring sz8

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Big Navajo Everett & Mary Teller Royston Turquoise Ring sz8

$150.00

Native American hand made sterling silver Royston turquoise ring by Navajo artists, Everett & Mary Teller. Big beautiful natural turquoise stone - 1-1/4 by 3/4. Size 8. Item#5197.

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Here is a fabulous sterling silver turquoise ring, created by award winning Navajo artists, Everett & Mary Teller. The outstanding Royston turquoise stone and the simple deep silver bezel, make this ring a wearable work of art that you will treasure for a long time.

The face of the ring measures 1-1/4 long and the ring weighs 11 grams. Size 8.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artists.

About Everett & Mary Teller: These self-taught silversmiths have been making jewelry for over 20 years. They carefully design their pieces and select the stones using a wide variety of natural stones -Turquoise, Lapis, Oyster Shell, Coral, Onyx and more. All of their pieces are signed with their initials encased with a fish symbolizing their Christian faith. They show their work in galleries as well as prestigious art shows such as The Heard Museum and Santa Fe Indian Markets.