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Peruvian Opal Navajo Silver Ring Sz9-1/2, L. Bruce Hodgins

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Peruvian Opal Navajo Silver Ring Sz9-1/2, L. Bruce Hodgins

$225.00

Genuine Peruvian Opal & Sterling Silver Ring. Native American handmade sterling silver ring, by Navajo L Bruce Hodgins. Size 9-1/2. Item# 2490

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Looking for a unique ring that no one else has? Consider this top-quality, one-of-a-kind Native American handmade sterling silver and genuine Peruvian Opal ring, created by Navajo silversmith, L. Bruce Hodgins. The big Peruvian Opal is set in a beautifully carved setting. Wide shank with intricate hand stamping accentuates the setting and the stone.

The face of the ring measures 1-1/8 long by 1 wide, the band narrows to 1/4 wide at the back. The ring weighs 19.4 grams. Size 9-1/2. This ring works well for either a man or a woman..

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artist. Purchased directly from the artist. Outstanding craftsmanship and one of a kind design. L. Bruce Hodgins provides the unexpected in Native American jewelry.

About L. Bruce Hodgins: L. Bruce Hodgins creates one of a kind jewelry now in collections all over the world. He is the winner of many prestigous awards, including third place at the 2005 Sante Fe Indian Market and first place at the 2007 Eiteljorg Museum Indian market. He was born in Flagstaff, Arizona in 1959 to a full-blooded Navajo mother and an Irish/Scotch father. Having grown up on the Hopi reservation where his father was Second Mesa Day School principal, Hodgins gained insight into both Navajo and Hopi culture.

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