This rare and minuscule Navajo ring must have been a prized possession of a Navajo infant at the turn of the twentieth century or so. Ingot silver with a bezel-set natural turquoise stone that I believe is Cerrillos, flanked by handstamped half-moons. Smaller than my ring sizer can measure. Front to back 5/8”, weight 2 grams. The shank clearly shows the handworked nature of the silver.
An amazing example of Navajo babies’ jewelry of the early Southwest. A museum-quality find for a collector, and it can slide onto a chain to be worn as a pendant.
$85 shipped US. Thanks for looking.