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Navajo Native American Sunshine Reeves Turquoise Heart Ring sz7-1/2

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Navajo Native American Sunshine Reeves Turquoise Heart Ring sz7-1/2

$185.00

Native American handmade Turquoise Sterling Silver Ring, created by Navajo silversmith Sunshine Reeves. Wide 5/8 inch band. Size 7-1/2. Item#7053

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This Turquoise and Sterling Silver Hand Stamped Ring was created by Navajo artist Sunshine Reeves. The ring features a carved turquoise heart. There are two "sunshine ray" sterling silver overlays on either side of the center stone. The ring is decorated completely with complex hand stamped geometric designs all the way around the 5/8-inch wide band.

The sturdy ring weighs 13 grams and is a size 7-1/2. Hallmarked by the artist and stamped Sterling. Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift box and Authenticity Card included.

Sunshine Reeves" older brothers, Gary Reeves and David Reeves, taught him the craft of silver-smithing. He is a world-renowned artist, taking several 'Best of Show" awards and 1st place ribbons at various shows and Indian Markets. His jewelry is also shown at the Peabody Museum and the Heard Museum.