Large Southwestern Navajo Bisbee Two Turquoise Silver Ring Size 7-1/2 to 9-1/2
Throughout the years, ancient turquoise stones have been used to adorn runway models as earrings, big chunky bead necklaces, or large turquoise rings. Everyday women accessorize with Native American turquoise jewelry while running errands or in the workplace. This gorgeous handmade Southwest Navajo women's turquoise ring features a Bisbee Two cabochon set in a scalloped oval bezel surrounded by three rows of shiny wire twists. The hand stamped band of sterling silver will fit a size 7-1/2 to a 9-1/2. We can resize this ring smaller than a 7-1/2 or size it up to an 11-1/2 for an additional $25.00 charge. This one-of-a-kind, southwestern, Native American, handcrafted ring is 1" wide and 1-1/4"long. Our shimmering turquoise silver ring was designed and created in the shop by Lucky . It's stamped with Stamped Sterling and signed with the artists hallmark. Please indicate your ring size when ordering.
Back in the 1880's, Bisbee was known to all as the "Queen of the Mining Camps". It's located 21 miles south of Tucson, Arizona in Cochise County in the Mule Mountains. This particular area is well known for its abundance and variety of minerals and wealth of copper. Although the Copper Queen Mine closed in the 1970's, the architecture and the landscape have been preserved. The Bisbee Mining Museum has greeted and educated more than 500,000 visitors on mining and the history of Bisbee. There are conflicting stories regarding hauntings at this museum.