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Vintage Zuni Abalone & Spiny Oyster Shell Inlay Ring in Sterling Silver

Vintage Zuni Abalone & Spiny Oyster Shell Inlay Ring in Sterling Silver

Regular price $200.00 USD
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This is an authentic vintage Native American ring featuring a mesmerizing abalone mother of pearl shell "cactus" inlay with spiny oyster shell accent.  The rope border tastefully frames this miniature work of art.  Surprisingly, the handmade sterling silver setting is not signed by the silversmith.


ITEM DETAILS
Designer:
Unsigned
Tribal Affiliation: Zuni (Native American)
Metal: Sterling Silver
Gender: Lady's
Ring Size: 5.5
Signature: None
Gross Weight: 8.5 grams (5.5 dwts)
Age: Circa 1970-'80s
Condition: Very Good


GEMSTONE DETAILS
Gem Setting: Inlay
Gemstones: Abalone Mother of Pearl, Spiny Oyster Shell
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