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Amy Quandelacy Zuni Turquoise & Coral Hummingbird Ring Sz11

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Amy Quandelacy Zuni Turquoise & Coral Hummingbird Ring Sz11

$250.00

Zuni turquoise & coral inlay sterling silver ring by world-reknown Zuni artist, Amy Wesley Quandelacy. Genuine turquoise and coral inlaid in the popular abstract Hummingbird eye design for which Amy is so well-known. The face of the ring measures 1 inch tall by 5/8 inch wide. Size 11. Item# 6022

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Here is a top-quality Native American handmade sterling silver turquoise and coral inlay ring, created by re-known Zuni silversmith and lapidarist Amy Wesley Quandelacy. This is one of Amy's signature designs, which is an abstract hummingbird eye design.

This handsome inlay ring features an inlay of Sleeping Beauty turquoise and Mediterranean 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 inch tall by 5/8 inch wide. The shank is highly polished sterling silver. Weighs 19.1 grams. Size 11.

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 inlaid style. While the two no longer work together, both Dickie and Amy continue to use the design.