Small Handmade Stamped Sterling Silver Overlay Kingman Turquoise Ring Size 6

  • $156.99

This small but beautiful handmade stamped sterling silver overlay ring features a single round blue grade AAA Kingman turquoise stone with light white and brown webbing.

Kingman turquoise is famous for having various sky blue color with characteristic veining.

The Kingman Turquoise Mine, located in Kingman, Arizona, is one of only three prehistoric mining sites in Arizona. It's discovered and mined by prehistoric Navajo Indians well over 1000 years ago. The Colbaugh family has owned and operated Kingman since the 1880s and is credited for discovering this ancient mine as well as the Hohokam hammers left behind by the Navajo Indians.

The "high blue" color of Kingman turquoise has become a standard in the industry and has made them some of the most valuable turquoise in the world.

Paul Livingston was born in 1954 and has spent his entire life in the Navajo Church Rock Reservation where he grew up watching with fascination as his silversmith Uncle crafted raw metal and stone into beautiful jewelry. Through trial and error and a great deal of help from his Uncle, Paul became a fairly accomplished young jewelry maker. By the time he was 22 years old he was ready to launch himself full time into becoming a silversmith. Today nearly 40 years later Paul is a nationally known and collected jewelry artist. He is particularly known for a style of jewelry most silversmiths shy away from - cluster and row work, where multiple tine stones are used together to form delicate, colorful designs in jewelry. Paul is happy to work with the little stones, even the tiny snake eye" ones and is renowned for how exquisitely aligned the stone clusters are on his jewelry.

Even at his age Paul continues to experiment with jewelry techniques and design styles. He especially enjoys working with unusual textures created on metals and will often incorporate a new surface finish or other design application to see if these changes might enhance the jewelry's appearance and appeal. Though his forte has always been more traditional even vintage looking Navajo-style jewelry, his contemporary designs are also in high demand. The intricate saw work design of these pieces is especially difficult to achieve, but so very visually appealing in Paul's finished jewelry.

Our Philosophy:
We choose every piece of jewelry based on the value of the stone. Unlike most of the Turquoise on the market, the stone has to be high quality (not stabilized, not color treated and not reconstituted).
We also love jewelry with unique character and great craftsmanship. What this means is that you are getting jewelry that is a showstopper and not to mention a great investment.

1" x 5/8"

Stone Measurements:
3/4" x 1/2"

21 grams

Suggested Retail Price:

We take all photos under natural light (without photoshop) to make sure the jewelries look as realistic as possible.

We will ship it out to you nicely packaged within 1 business day via USPS. All packages are insured.

Return Policy:
We want you to enjoy your Toqos jewelry. In case you are not satisfied with your item, you can return it within 14 days. All we ask for is that you send it back in perfect condition within that time frame.
Kindly note that we unfortunately cannot process international returns & exchanges at this time: all international sales are final.

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