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SOLD OUT Vintage 1970's Spiderweb Turquoise Large Navajo Ring

Native American Vintage Jewellery

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This is a very large statement vintage ring, hand wrought circa 1970s. Native American made, it is a primitive rope and berry setting with a smooth bezel and features a very large, flat smoothly polished piece of spiderweb turquoise. This is not a refined ring, but an amazing and large statement piece with a focus on the spiderweb turquoise.

Item Details


Setting Size: 2.7cm x 4.3cm. Band Size: 67mm Internal circumference = US 12 + AUX 1/2


16 Grams


None, but this is common with older Native American jewellery. Acid tests positive for sterling silver.


Sterling Silver, Turquoise

Condition Report

Spectacular vintage condition. Shows mild wear commensurate with age, no chips or cracks, will come with some patina, as level of polish is a matter of taste. Please note this ring has a handcrafted look to it.

About this Piece

Sterling Silver

Sterling is an alloy of silver containing at least 92.5% pure silver (925 parts of 1000 thus the 925 stamp), the remainder is made up of a mix of metals (most commonly copper) used to make the metal workable. Pure silver is generally considered too soft to work with, although you can find silver jewellery at 950 or 980, even the occasional 99.9% fine silver, which can be work-hardened to increase durability.


Turquoise is a mineral that occurs when water containing elements like copper and aluminium leach through rock. It's vivid blue-green colour is decided by the level of elements, more copper produces a greener colour, more zinc a yellower tone. It is a porous stone so to keep it looking beautiful for a long time avoid temperature swings, chemicals, cosmetics, perfumes and ultrasonic cleaners.