Harry H Begay, Ring, Black Web Kingman Turquoise, Ingot, Navajo Handmade, 9
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|Artist||Begay, Harry H|
|Gemtype Stone Shape||oval-shape|
|Number of Stones||1|
|Main Stone||Kingman Turquoise|
|Ring is Resizable||FALSE|
Navajo traditional silversmith has only made a handful of rings for the Trading Post. His rings, like his bracelets are beautifully done with great rocks. It all begins by taking scrap silver and making an ingot, then he rolls the ingot into the desired thickness and cuts out his ring. That is when all the filling comes into play, you will see the reward of the labor intensive technique with those gorgeous flares coming from each end of the stone. Harry also decorates with stamped cutouts, silver drops, and twist wire. The next best thing after the silver work is the pieces of classic American rock. One of the best looks for classic Kingman Turquoise is this blue with black spider web matrix. A perfect balance of silver and stone.
Finger Size - 9
Widest Point - 1 1/4"
Band Width - Smallest 1/8" to largest 1/2"
Weight - 24.5 grams