LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD

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LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD

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LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD

LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
This listing is for a vintage Navajo Native American ring made of sterling silver and turquoise. If youre looking for an older Navajo ring with an organic look and feel then this ring is for you. This Fred Harvey era ring features a large single turquoise stone, set in a straight edge bezel. The stone is great condition with no cracks or inclusions. It has a gorgeous blue green hue with dark spotty matrixes and a large section of what looks to be silver set in the stone. The surface has a smooth polished finish. Surrounding the stone is classic Navajo rope and then a border of silver droplets with sections of twisted rope that coil up at each end. The band is made from a wide single shank that splits apart on each side as it reaches the back of the ring face. The sides of the band have classic Harvey era stampings and if you look on the back of the ring face you will see how the two shanks are scalloped shaped…. A dead Harvey era giveaway. The band is sturdy, and in perfect round shape. The ring was very well made and taken care of over the years. It is made of thick gauge silver making it hearty and sturdy. This ring is waiting to be cherished and enjoyed now…. And handed down to loved ones later. A lovely addition to any older Native American jewelry collection…. Or the perfect piece to start one! Weight – 10 Grams. Face of ring measures – 1-1/4 long by 13/16 wide. Stone measures – 7/8 long by 1/2 wide. Band measures – 1/8 wide at bottom and 5/8 wide at the back of the ring face. Signed by Artist – NO. Stamped Sterling – NO, tested and verified. Early to Mid-Century, early 1940s – early 1950s. Condition – Preowned, in excellent vintage condition with original stone and dark patina, ready to wear or display. I treat every item as if it were my own. Extra bubble wrap and packing materials are used to ensure a safe arrival to its new owner. Please see all 12 photos!! Enlarge them and study them. Ask any questions you may have. Im always here to help and I respond quickly and nicely. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY! The item “LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD” is in sale since Saturday, April 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Rings”. The seller is “native-obsession” and is located in Atkinson, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Jewelry Type: Rings
  • Tribal Affiliation: Navajo
  • Main Stone: Turquoise
  • Brand: Native American
  • Modified Item: No
  • Featured Refinements: Vintage Turquoise Ring
  • Lot: No
  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • Metal Purity: .925
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Ring Size: 5
  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Metal: Sterling Silver

LARGE Vintage 40s Harvey Era Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring OLD
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