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Darryl Becenti Navajo Turquoise Cluster Silver Ring sz8-1/2

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Darryl Becenti Navajo Turquoise Cluster Silver Ring sz8-1/2

$275.00

Navajo Darryl Becenti turquoise cluster ring. Fabulous hand made sterling silver ring by Native American Darryl Becenti. Sleeping Beauty turquoise stones. The ring measures a bit over 1 inch wide at the front and is covered with fancy stamp work. Size 8-1/2. Item#7014

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This Native American turquoise cluster stamped sterling silver ring was hand made by Navajo artist Darryl Becenti. The ring is set with 11 Sleeping Beauty turquoise cabs, that are perfect sky-blue in color with very little matrix. Then the ring is completely covered with deep stamp-work, silver bead work and scalloped edges.

The ring measures a bit over 1-inch wide at the front and narrows to 3/16-inch wide at the back. The ring weighs 14.8 grams and is a very comfortable ring to wear. Because of the wide band, the ring stays put on your finger (no twisting or turning). Size 8-1/2.

Brand new in perfect condition. It is stamped sterling and has Darryl Becenti's hallmark. Gift box & Authenticity Card included.

Darryl Becenti was born in 1957 in Gallup. New Mexico. He was taught silver work by his brothers-in-law, David & Leroy Reeves in 1980 and he is the brother-in-law to the famous Sunshine Reeves, Gary Reeves, David Reeves, Andy Cadman, and Darrell Cadman Clan. Darrell makes his own stamps and dyes, and heavily employs magnificent stars, fans, scallops, shells, and elaborate appliques in all of his jewelry. His jewelry is highly prized for it's deep hand-stamped Navajo designs, repousse silver work, and thick gauges of silver.