Oval Inset Mosaic Ring - This native made ring is exquisite, with spiny oyster base and a rectangular turquoise inset in a 1.5 x 1.25-inch oval; a modern design statement! 3/16" thick and a lightweight black plastic or ebony material for the ring back. Size 7. We love these large rings that are still stunningly simple!
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. All of our Native American jewelry is represented to us as authentic and many artists are personal friends of owner Paulette Kiker. Mostly they originate from Santo Domingo Pueblo.
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