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Finger ring of silver and stone. The front of the ring is composed of a turquoise on the right carved in the shape of a leaf adjacent to a silver leaf. There are three droplets of silver each with a stamp mark. The shank is of triangular wire, cut at the ends to be soldered onto the bezel.
- Production date
- 1998 (September)
Diameter: 2 centimetres (of shank)
Height: 2.40 centimetres (approximate, of front)
Width: 1.80 centimetres (approximate, of front)
- Curator's comments
- Nelson Eustace (Zuni/Cochiti) is the son of Ben Eustace and makes jewellery primarily of his father's design, though differing in the fact that he stamps each droplet of silver with a 'brush' design. Jewellery making is done full time when Nelson Eustace is not doing other work.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Purchased in Cochiti from Nelson Eustace 23/09/1998.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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