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Navajo Purple Spiny Oyster Silver Ring by Selena Warner sz6-1/4

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Navajo Purple Spiny Oyster Silver Ring by Selena Warner sz6-1/4

$72.99

Navajo handmade purple spiny oyster sterling silver ring, made by Native American silversmith, Selina Warner. The face of the ring is 1-1/4 inch long. Size 6-1/4. Item#7315

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This sterling silver and purple spiny oyster ring was created by Navajo silversmith, Selina Warner, step-daughter of famous Navajo silversmith Harry Morgan (d), daughter of Betty Joe and wife of Greg Pat. Selena learned silversmithing from her famous father-in-law and master jeweler, Harry Morgan. She has applied his methods of silversmithing to her work.

The face of the ring measures 1-1/4 inch long and the ring weighs 6 grams. Brand new and in perfect condition. Hallmarked by the artist. Certificate of Authenticity included and gift box included.

Spiny oyster, otherwise known as spondylus, is a large family of mollusks. They are sometimes also known as "thorny oysters". Despite its name, the Spiny Oyster is more closely related to the scallop than to the true oyster. As one of the mainstays of the Native American jewelry community, these shells are treasured by artisans for their various colors. The reason for their vibrant coloration is because of the oyster's different diets of seaweed and other types of plankton. For this this reason, colors tend to differ from region to region. Spiny Oyster Shells are commonly found in the Sea of Cortez, and off the coast Baja, California.