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Cellicion Zuni Multi Inlay Butterfly Ring sz6-1/2

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Cellicion Zuni Multi Inlay Butterfly Ring sz6-1/2

$99.99

Zuni multigem mosaic inlay Butterfly silver ring, by Herbert and Esther Cellicion. Fancy butterfly inlaid with Sleeping Beauty turquoise, coral, Mother of Pearl and black onyx. Size 6-1/2. Item# 2681

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This Native American Zuni handcrafted Sterling Silver Inlaid Butterfly ring features a fancy butterfly, inlaid with Sleeping Beauty turquoise, coral, Mother of Pearl and black onyx. The colorful inlay is impeccable! The butterfly is 1 tall by 1-1/8 wide approximately. Available in size Size 6-1/2.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Hallmarked HE Cellicion ZUNI, for Herbert and Esther Cellicion. Gift box and Certificate of Authenticity included with your purchase.

This piece was made by Herbert and Esther Cellicion, prior to Esther's death. Herbert has not been making any jewelry since her death, so it is difficult to get any new pieces. The Cellicions were known for their Knifewing, Rainbow Man and Butterfly pieces. Their work can be found on display in fine public and private collections throughout the southwest and it is often seen in Zuni jewelry collecting guides.