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Shane Hendren Navajo #8 Turquoise & Jet Engraved Sterling Silver Ring sz8-1/2

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Shane Hendren Navajo #8 Turquoise & Jet Engraved Sterling Silver Ring sz8-1/2

$250.00

One of a kind Navajo hand engraved sterling silver Number 8 turquoise and jet ring created by Native American award winning artist, Shane Hendren. Size 8-1/2. Item#6396

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This innovative sterling silver, Number 8 turquoise and black jet ring was handmade by Native American award winning artist, Shane Hendren. The band and sides of the ring were hand engraved with a beautiful intricate design. The ring is set with a natural #8 turquoise stone and black jet.

The ring is uniquely shaped with the face measuring about 5/8 inch by 1/4 inch. The ring weighs 7.1 grams. Size 8-1/2 only.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artist.

About Shane Hendren: Shane has won the Indian Arts and Crafts Association's Artist of the Year a record four times - 2007, 2014, 2016 and again in 2017. Along the way to winning major show awards at the Eiteljorg Museum, the Heard Museum and the Santa Fe Indian Market, Shane developed his expertise in metal smithing techniques such as marriage of metals, mokume, and many forms of casting. Shane Hendren pushes his art to the limit.