Vintage Sterling Southwestern Turquoise Ring, Sz. 8.5, Appx. 4.40 Gr.

$ 48.99

Vintage Sterling Southwestern Turquoise Ring, Sz. 8.5, 1960's-1970's.  This has a recessed shadowbox set turquoise long oval stone that is appx. 16mm by 6.5.  It has raisesd feather/leaf-like ccents and beded accents around the stone.  The band is a split V at the sides and is appx. 6mm at top shoulders and tapers to apx. 2.4mm at the back of the finger.  The band is rounded.  It is signed sterling and tested.  Age is appx. 1970's.  Not signed by the maker.  (INV E102520.2X4 SS2968 LMV LD 11/1/20)


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