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American Indian Navajo Derrick Gordon Turquoise Ring Sz11-3/4

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American Indian Navajo Derrick Gordon Turquoise Ring Sz11-3/4

$270.00

Native American handmade turquoise sterling silver mens ring, by Navajo Derrick Gordon. Natural Ithaca Peak Turquoise stone.Size 11-3/4. Item#6216

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This Native American sterling silver and turquoise ring was handmade by Navajo silversmith, Derrick Gordon. The ring features a natural Ithaca Peak Turquoise stone. The stone is the color of a bright New Mexico sky. Ithaca Peak turquoise is some of the rarest found. Located next to the Kingman mine in Arizona, Ithaca Peak has always been very collectable and sought after.

The face of the ring measures 1 inch wide and the ring weighs 16 grams. The back is stamped sterling and has Derrick's hallmark. Certificate of Authenticity included and gift box included. Size 11-3/4.

Navajo silversmith Derrick Gordon specializes in old pawn style jewelry with beautiful hand stamped designs and natural turquoise stones. He is considered an expert in old style jewelry and makes all his own stamps. He learned silver-smithing from his uncle Delbert Gordon.