Fabulous Butterfly Turquoise + Silver Ring - Sterling silver stampwork, embossing, and debossing for the wings of this butterfly ring make it a stunner! Even the wide band has detailed symbols that honor the dragonfly/butterfly in Native American lore. The main body is a rope-encircled natural blue rounded raised turquoise stone. A beautiful statement piece, absolutely unique! It measures 1.75" x 2" wide. Size 9.5.
Native American jewelry began not as ornamentation, but as strong symbol and story of the various nations'peoples. The fact that they are beautiful has drawn other peoples of North America to admire, emulate, and collect these finely made pieces. Our store is a trading post where artists come and sell their pieces and often times trade for items in the store, too. The main influences of the jewelry we carry are Santo Domingo Pueblo and the Navajo Nation and these artists have become friends to all of us.
We are currently offering FREE SHIPPING on almost all of our products! Only big, bulky, or heavy items such as furniture will incur an additional shipping charge. We ship most orders via USPS Priority Mail, which generally arrives within 3 to 5 days of shipment.
Large, bulky or heavy items may be shipped via UPS or other carriers. Some furniture will be shipped to you directly from the manufacturer via the shipper of their choice. We ship your item out to you within 1-2 business days - as quickly as we can.
About the Artist Ammonite Fossil Adjustable Ring by Paige Wallace - Ammonite is an ancient seashell, revealing a beautiful spiral shape in a... View full product details
About the Artist Effie Calavaza Snake Motif Sterling Silver Ring - Zuni double snake motif by Effie C. features two excellently mounted turquoise... View full product details
About the Artist All-Around Turquoise Segments Ring - Mosaic of perfection with many even segments of convex non-matrixed pale blue turquoise inlaid between... View full product details
About the Artist Unusual Beveled Multi-Stone Ring, size 7 - By Navajo jewelry artist Bevis Tsadiasi. Nine beveled stones, six of them turquoise,... View full product details
Let Us Share The Love!
H E A R about D I S C O U N T S via N E W S L E T T E R S
F I R S T !