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Navajo Sterling Silver Overlay Turquoise Ring, Everett & Mary Teller, sz10

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Navajo Sterling Silver Overlay Turquoise Ring, Everett & Mary Teller, sz10

$159.99

Native American natural Kingman turquoise & sterling silver overlay ring, handmade by Navajo artists, Everett & Mary Teller. Innovative design. Size 10. Item#7201

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Navajo silversmiths Everett & Mary Teller created this handmade Turquoise and Sterling Silver Overlay ring. The overlay work is clean & bold. An oval natural Kingman turquoise stone, set in a plain bezel, accents the piece. The band has oxidized silver overlay designs.

The ring measures 5/8 inch wide at the front and narrows 1/8 inch wide at the back. Weighs 6.6 grams. Size 10.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by and purchased directly from the artists, Everett & Mary Teller.

We have been carrying handmade sterling silver jewelry from Everett & Mary Teller for many years now and their workmanship is impeccable - you can always depend upon quality when you purchase a piece of Everett & Mary Teller jewelry.

About Everett & Mary Teller: These self-taught silversmiths have been making jewelry for over 25 years. They grew up on the Navajo reservation surrounded by artists including their mothers who were rug weavers. The designs of those handmade rugs influence the designs they use in their jewelry.

They show their work in galleries as well as prestigious art shows such as The Heard Museum and Santa Fe Indian Markets.