A gorgeous Vintage Native American ring from the 1960s! This ring is crafted in sterling silver and features two round turquoise stones at the center of a smooth band. The natural cabochons are bezel-set and stacked on top of each other with two polished beads flanking the center. The gorgeous stones exhibit various shades of sky blue and deep aqua blue, and are flecked with natural brown mineral inclusions known as "matrix." Completing the design are wide split shank shoulders, which trail into a band that wraps around the back. Stamped behind the centerpiece are the markings "Sterling" and "T. Spencer." When worn, the ring makes a striking statement piece that would delight any turquoise lover or collector of Native American jewelry!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size 7.75, but it could easily be resized if desired. The turquoise centerpiece measures approximately 7/8" tall, 1/2" wide, and rests a little less than 1/4" above the finger when worn.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the sterling setting. The turquoise stones are intact and securely set. There is a natural darkened patina on the surface of the silver, which is normal given the age of the piece, and adds to its beauty and character.