#1. Amazing vintage Navajo, large single cabochon of natural turquoise domed and set in a lovely simple silver setting. Length 3.6cm (1 4/8
#2. Superb turquoise vintage Navajo cluster ring with blue turquoise, mid green to deep green turquoise. Each row the stones are a different shape which balances beautifully together with silver twist wire and silver beads. Length 5.4cm (2 1/8
#3. Superb vintage Zuni inlay ring attributed to Master John Gordon Leak. An Apache cross in turquoise inlaid into a domed jet cabochon set in unique silver setting. Length across the top is 3.5cm (1¼
#4. Lovely vintage Navajo traditional cluster ring with blue turquoise with a charcoal matrix running through the stone. Silver beads cushioned between each circular domed stone and the central cabochon surrounded by silver twist wire. Measures 3.5cm x 2.5cm (1 3/8
#5. Petite vintage Navajo turquoise and silver ring with four turquoise cabochons ranging from mid to dark green. The shank has stamping all the way around the band. Dimensions across the top of the ring is 2.3cm x 1.5cm (¾
#6. Exquisite collectable ring by renowned carver Leekya Deyuse (1889-1966) with two coiling snakes softly carved in green turquoise and set into heavy gauge silver bezel with scalloped edging. Dimensions across the top of the ring is 4cm x 3cm (1 6/8
#7. Superb vintage Zuni inlay ring with the 'Knifewing God' a ceremonial figure, which has been inlaid into tortoise shell and set into silver. The use of tortoise shell was banned in the West and Asia in the 1970's. Dimensions across the top is 2.8cm x 2.3cm ( 1 1/8
#8. Beautiful vintage Navajo silver and Mediterranean coral cluster ring. Lovely all natural aged soft red Mediterranean coral with lovely silver work. Signed H. Chato. Dimensions of the top of the ring is 3cm x 2cm (1¼
#9. Wonderful vintage Navajo silver and turquoise large ring with lovely scalloped edging and turquoise stone. Dimension of the top of the ring is 4.3cm x 3.5cm       (1 7/8
#10. Great 1920's - 40's, Navajo silver ring with two rows of turquoise and silver bead detail. Each stone is set in a fine saw-tooth silver bezel and the shank is striated into two at the sides moving into a single band. Pictured in the book 'South Western Indian Jewelry' on page 84. Dimensions of the top of the ring is 3cm x 2cm (1¼