This huge Native American turquoise and sterling silver ring was hand made by Navajo artist Derrick Cadman, son of silversmith Andy Cadman. The ring is set with a natural Kingman turquoise stone. The wide band has applied repousse and is deeply stamped all the way around. The band is 1-3/8 inch wide at the front and 1/2 inch wide at the back, which keeps the ring from twisting and turning on your finger. The genuine turquoise stone is a deep turquoise blue color with black and grey matrix. If you have been looking for something that will feel substantial on your finger, this is the perfect ring, big silver and big stones.
The ring measures 1-3/4 inch long. The well crafted ring weighs 43.7 grams (about 1-1/2 ounces) and is a very comfortable ring to wear. Size 7-1/2 only.
Brand new in perfect condition. The stones are in perfect condition - no chips or cracks - only natural matrix. It is stamped sterling and has Derrick Cadman's hallmark. Certificate of Authenticity included.
About the artist: Derrick Cadman is the son of Andy Cadman. He learned the craft from his father, Andy, and continues the family tradition. But the style is all his own. Derrick loves to create his pieces with big natural stones. This ring has a great look to it.