American Indian Rings and American Indian Jewelry are an American heritage that has been handed down from the Native American Indians of the United States since the 1860's. Native American Indians along with other individuals in the Southwestern United States have made an industry out of American Indian Jewelry, American Indian Rings, and American Indian Rings - American Indian Rings are sought after worldwide for their unique style and their qualities in Silver Jewelry.
Durango Silver Company has been dealing in Authentic American Indian Rings for over forty years now. Our business is located in the heart of the American Indian Jewelry capitol in the American Southwest. We have built our reputation on dealing in the finest quality Authentic American Indian Rings with America's finest Turquoise, we mine it, cut it and have the some of the best American Indian Turquoise Jewelry in the world!
Below are examples along with descriptions of various types of Native American Indian Rings. Check them out and than we invite you to follow the links see the wonderful pieces of authentic Indian Jewelry we currently have available. Also, we invite you to view our extensive library of informational pages we have created for your education on Silver Jewelry, Turquoise Jewelry, American Indian Jewelry as well as American Indian Rings - check out our Learning Center now!
To the above left is classic Navajo style American Indian Ring handmade by Native American artist Will Denetdale. Will is well known for producing American Indian Rings in gold and his work is very nice. This lime green Damele Turquoise Ring focuses on a top grade, natural, black spider web, lime green Turquoise cabochon from the Damele Turquoise Mine in Nevada, USA. This is a good example of the type of American Indian Rings in 14kt Gold that we carry at Durango Silver Company in our Online Silver Gallery as well as our Trading Post located in Durango, Colorado USA.
Above and to the right is a very nice Native American Indian Ring made with Red Mountain Turquoise. This Red Mountain Turquoise Ring was made by Navajo Artisan Leo Yazzi in Sterling Silver. DurangoSilver.com often has rare American Indian Rings such as this one, we buy collections of rare Turquoise Jewelry and sell it in our online store. As we get rare American Indian Jewelry we send out a letter to our Newsletter Subscribers, we also have a monthly drawing from this group to give away free Silver Jewelry. We invite you to join our Newsletter Group and become one of our online friends.
To the above left is a contemporary Zuni American Indian Ring . This is a quality Inlaid Mens Ring that features Colorado Picture Jasper, Tiger’s Eye, Black Onyx and “Ox Blood” Red Italian Coral. This Sterling Silver Zuni Ring is solid and thick. This is not your typical, “made for tourist trade”, type of Zuni American Indian Ring, this is quality Native American Indian Jewelry. The color scheme of this Ring makes it a great choice for a man.
To the right is an amazing contemporary Sterling Silver Turquoise and Opal Inlaid Ring. Gorgeous spider web Tibetan Turquoise dominates the inlaid design of this Men’s Silver Band Ring. This Sterling Silver Inlay Turquoise Ring was made low profile and extremely comfortable. This would be a wonderful wedding band or addition to any Silver Jewelry or Turquoise Jewelry collection. Both of these American Indian Rings are good examples of the types of inlaid Rings that be purchased from DurangoSilver.com.
To the above left is Navajo Sterling Silver Inlay Ring for men by Native American artist Edison Yazzie. Colorado Picture Jasper is the star of the inlay in this contemporary American Indian Ring. The pattern of the inlaid stones in this Navajo Ring is based on a classic Navajo Rug design and uses Black Jade, Colorado Picture Jasper, and Sleeping Beauty Turquoise from Arizona. These gemstones are inlaid into a heavy and simplistic designed Silver Mens Ring. The color combination in this Navajo American Indian Ring is very striking and will definitely fetch many compliments. This inlay ring will be a highlight of your inlay jewelry or silver jewelry collection.
To the right is an amazing Kingman Spiderweb Turquoise Ring handmade in Sterling Silver by Navajo Artisan, Ben Yazzie. This is a very beautiful American Indian Turquoise Ring, Ben has created this Silver Ring in a contemporary design with special features. The Kingman Spiderweb Turquoise Stone is very high quality and is an oval shape. It is set in a hand stamped heavy weight bezel and has a 5 prong ring shank. This is a very special contemporary Navajo Handmade Sterling Silver Ring made by Ben Yazzie that is a one of a kind.
To the above left is a beautiful Royston Turquoise Ring handmade in Sterling Silver by Navajo Artisan, Ben Yazzie. Ben has created this beautiful Women's Ring in a contemporary design with special features. The 12 carat Royston Turquoise Stone is very high, unusual quality and is an attractive oval shape. It is set in a hand stamped heavy weight bezel, the ring shank has 6 prongs with a Silver raindrop at the top of each prong at the stone bezel. This is a very special contemporary Navajo American Indian Ring made by Ben Yazzie that is a one of a kind. Durango Silver Company produces many of this type American Indian Rings as they are very popular for our company. Check out site often as we put up new American Indian Jewelry daily.
To the right is one of our Native American Indian Rings that are hand stamped in an old style. This Turquoise Ring was made by Navajo artist Derrick Gordon. This Sterling Silver Band Ring could be a mens or a women's Turquoise Ring. This type of Ring is made by hand stamping, tooling and forming it into the desired shape and then mounting a Turquoise gemstone on the top of the piece to complete this unique styled American Indian Ring. This is a popular style of Navajo Silver Ring for our company.
Above and to the left is a beautiful example of a valuable yet classic American Indian Ring as well as a spectacular piece of Native American Indian Rings in 14 carat gold accompanied by a special piece of the famed Carico Lake Turquoise from Nevada USA. This Carico Lake American Indian Ring was made by Native American Indian Artist, Will Denetdale. This is a special American Indian Ring as it has an important, highly collectible Turquoise Gemstone from the Carico Lake Turquoise Mine. This lime green gem was rarely found when they were mining and now that the mine has closed it is seriously rare! This is a piece of American Indian Rings that will become excessively valuable as time goes on.
To the right is an exquisite American Indian Turquoise Ring that was handmade by Navajo Artisan Edison Yazzie. Edison is an excellent, accomplished Native American Indian Rings Artisan that should be noted by Jewelry Connoisseur’s as his work is outstanding and excitingly unusual. Edison Yazzie is a master inlayer as well as a inspiring artist that has no boundaries of design as you can see in his American Indian Rings. Edison keeps coming up with one great and unique design after another, we are proud to offer his work to you and we try to always have a good selection of his American Indian Rings.
To the above left is Vintage Native American petti or petite point Turquoise women's ring from the 1950s. This antique American Indian Ring is a classic Zuni Style Turquoise Rings which features 16 Turquoise cabochons. The stones are bezel set with a serrated bezel and separated by a raindrop. In the center is a rope or cable design. This type of American Indian ring is a classic style of both Navajo and Zuni Indian craftsmen.
To the right is a very nice old antique Navajo American Indian Ring in a classic style made approximately 1920. American Indian Rings such as this one are getting very hard to find, Durango Silver Company tries to have Antique American Indian Rings on hand at all times so check back often to see new pieces as we ad them to our collection. You can read more about this American Indian Ring on its presentation page.
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