• This Adjustable Green Beaded Ring by Heather Cooper has soft felt backing and the band is adjustable. The shimmering cabochon in the middle adds texture to the ring. Heather Cooper is a beadworker from the Seneca Nation. She and her sister create together and often sell their work as "Twin Creations".
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    Jim Watt- Sterling Silver Ring, with abalone inlay. Signed by the maker. Jim Watt was a Seneca jewelry maker who worked primarily with silver. Many of his designs feature the stippling you see here. Stippling was a common design practice by Iroquois people long ago.
  • Size 6 Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Ring. This ring contains 7 stones. Sleeping Beauty Turquoise comes from the Sleeping Beauty Mine near Globe, Arizona.Since the early 1970s, the mine was a major producer of turquoise. Sleeping Beauty Turquoise is appreciated for its lack of matrix and even color. Turquoise mining operations ceased in 2012. This mine is still active with copper but there are currently no plans to mine new turquoise. Each year, the current supply lessens as this stone continues to be sought after.

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