- Museum number
Finger ring of silver and turquoise with three pieces of square shaped turquoise centrally place and flanked either side by three round pieces of turquoise which on the outside are enhanced by three beads of silver. The turquoise of a light green colour with brown veins. The ring is made of silver sheet and the shank of heavy silver wire.
- Production date
Diameter: 2.50 centimetres
Height: 2.80 centimetres (of front)
Width: 2.50 centimetres (of front)
- Curator's comments
- This is a Navajo man's ring, bold in design with very beautiful turquoise - probably No.8 spiderweb. The ring was probably made for a patron, it has little sign of wear.
- On display (G26/dc16)
- Exhibition history
1999 25 Jun-Present, BM Room 26; Gallery of North America, Case: "The Southwest"
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The ring was purchased from Paul and Mary Bosley with the assistance of the Museum of Northern Arizona. Other pieces were donated in 1999. Price above is the price of the total collection.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number