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Amy Quandelacy ~ Zuni ~ Coral Inlay Sterling Silver Ring sz6-1/2

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Amy Quandelacy ~ Zuni ~ Coral Inlay Sterling Silver Ring sz6-1/2

$189.95

Ladies Zuni coral inlay sterling silver ring by Zuni artist, Amy Wesley Quandelacy. Sterling silver, authentic red coral inlaid in one of Amy's popular hummingbird eye styles. The face of the ring measures 1-5/8 tall by 3/4 wide. Size 6-1/2. Item# 5783

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Authentic Native American handmade coral channel inlay sterling silver ring, handcrafted by Zuni artist, Amy Wesley. She was formerly married to Dickie Quandelacy, and so is also known as Amy Quandelacy.

This handsome inlay ring features an inlay of red coral with an open peekaboo area that is oxidized. The execution of this ring represents the amazing craftsmanship and skill of the Zuni lapidarists.

The face of the ring measures 1-5/8 tall by 3/4 wide. Weighs 9.5 grams. Size 6-1/2. Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked Amy.

Amy has been producing jewelry since about 1976. She was formerly married to Dickie Quandelacy. She is known for this very distinctive raised inlaid style. You can read about this fine Zuni artist here: www.ohio.edu/museum/zuni/d_a_quandelacy.html