Will Denetdale Navajo Turquoise Ring

Regular price $90.00 Save $-90.00
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Will Denetdale has grown to be one of today's most sought after silversmiths in the Navajo Community. His jewelry are truly works of art and typically feature intricate detail with fine silver work and exceptional stones. He loves to use uncommon stones and often incorporates contemporary designs with a traditional flair that reflects his personal style and expertise. Denetdale grew up in Fort Defiance, Arizona and attended high school in Gallup, New Mexico where he learned the silversmithing trade. He now lives in Arizona where he works from home constantly striving to elevate his already masterful artwork in silver and stone. This sterling silver ring feature a hand stamped setting, and a turquoise stone (likely from the Cerillos Mine of New Mexico). This piece is signed by the artist.
This is actually one of my personal rings—you might have noticed it in some of our Passage images. I bought this ring in the fall of 2012 from a shop located in the Grand Teton Lodge (which is a beautiful spot by the way), and I thought I would give someone a chance to enjoy it as much as I have.

The stone measures approximately 0.5625" x 0.3750" and has a horizontal split across the middle.

Ring is a size 11.

 PLEASE BE AWARE: Small Vintage items will add an additional $7.50 in shipping to any order. I know its kindof crummy. I really want to keep the price down on these items, but I also want them to get to you undamaged. Which costs a bit for packing materials and the shipment. Hopefully if you really wanna snag a deal, you live locally and can take advantage of our free in town pickup and delivery!

Will Denetdale Navajo Turquoise Ring
Will Denetdale Navajo Turquoise Ring