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A beautiful knife by Stewart Yellowhorse. One side is inlaid with lace agate and flanked by turquoise while the other side has stamp work texturing. 4 inches long. $360. (SANTA FE)

Two beautiful rings by Robert Sorrell. The mosaic ring with a coral accent is a size 9 and measures 1 3/8 by just over 1 inch. SOLD. The ring set with turquoise from the Royston Mine is an inch square and a size 10. SOLD. (BOTH IN SANTA FE)

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A pair of Friendship dance rings by Gilbert Begay, 1/5 inch wide, they are a size 8 and size 12 (SOLD). And we can resize or special order in your size. $80 each.( In the Bracelet Gallery there is a matching bracelet by Gilbert.) TUCSON

A couple of stunning sandcast men’s rings by Kevin Yazzie. 7/8 inch across at the widest point. One is a size 9 1/2 and the other an 11 1/4. BOTH SOLD. (SANTA FE)

This Navajo overlay ring is set with what appears to be spiderweb turquoise from the Lone Mountain Mine. 1.5 inches long, it is set on classic nice three-split shank with silver drops. $180. (TUCSON)

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Monty Claw made this sandcast ring with a classic design. Size 7 1/2.  2.5 inches long. $300. It can be sized - no charge. (SANTA FE)

A sandcast ring by Robby Manuelito who learned from her father. 1.5 inches long and a size 7. $80 SANTA FE

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A unusual ring by Langston Thompson: a traditional cluster style ring, but instead of turquoise or coral he used watermelon tourmalines! A size 7 1/4. $240. (SANTA FE)

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A great ring made by Floyd Parkhurst and set with with a nice piece of Kingman turquoise. Currently a size 9, it measures 2 by 1.25 inches. $300. (TUCSON)

Navajo jewelry artist Steve Yellowhorse made this adjustable ring set with a fabulous piece of dichroic glass.1 3/8 by 7/8 inches,it is a size 8 but can easily be slide adjusted up or down two full sizes. $250. (TUCSON)

   The cufflinks are by Sheldon and Nancy Westika of Zuni. Their inlay work is so precise. 1/2 inch square and both the turquoise and the lapis are each $210. (TUCSON) Hopi overlay jeweler Anderson Koinva made the eagle \ keyring. 1 3/8 inch in diameter and $125. (TUCSON) A striking Hopi overlay money clip by Anderson Koinva. It measures 1 by 1.75 inches and is $150. (TUCSON) Ron Bedonie made the intricate stamp work key ring with a 14 kt gold sun in the center. 1 1/8 diameter. $250. (Santa Fe)

 

By Jerry Whagado. a Hopi-Yavapai Apache artist formerly known as Jerry Honwytewa, who studied at the Hopi Guild under Fred Kabotie. The design is a Gaan dancer - an Apache Mountain Spirit Dancer with turquoise, jet, shell, lapis and The top measures 1 3/8 by 1 inch and the ring is a size 13. $600 (TUCSON)