This is a stunning, slightly used, sterling silver ring adorned with a large turquoise stone from the long since closed Number 8 mine. Notice the tight spider web matrix specific to this rare turquoise. Hallmarked "LJ", "F.C." and ".925" by Navajo artists Lucy Jake and Freddy Charley. The stone is surrounded by an elaborate bezel of twisted silver rope. The stone and surrounding bezel measures 3/4" by 1/2". The back of the band has some slight scratches from normal wear, otherwise, the ring is in perfect condition.
Can be resized for a nominal $15 fee.