BAHE" Turquoise Navajo Sterling Silver Ring
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Sold Date: 11/26/2006
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
Up for auction, is stunning Navajo ring I acquired from New Mexico. It is artist signed "BAHE" and "STERLING". T are many talented silversmiths the Bahe family, and you will see allot of this families art in galleries. I found many Bahes in my research, but could not find information on the one who just signs with his/her last name only. So I am not sure which one made this ring. But which ever one he/she is, they definitely have the family talent! This ring has 3 beautiful, blue stones with black matrix, that remain tight in the bezel. It is in good condition with no obvious damage. Some people like tarnished so I will leave the amount of polish up to you. The face of the ring measures roughly 1 3/4" X 3/4", and is roughly a size 8 1/2. Please note picture. The center stone is roughly 3/8" X 3/8". It weighs approximately 12 grams. This beautiful piece will make a great addition to anyone's collection. I will never use a reserve, my merchandise sells on its own merit. Please bid with confidence and please view my other items this week. Items are guaranteed as described. I do combine shipping on multiple purchases. Thank You for shopping Shasta and Good Luck!ALERT!! Watch out for more amazing items to be listed on Thursdays! Please be aware of fake second chance offers. If you receive one on my site, please contact me personally through one of my items listed before acting on it. Thank you! E-mail me if you have any questions. Bid with confidence. Three day return privilege IF NOT AS DESCRIBED, less shipping and insurance one way. Payment by money order, credit card thru ., or cashiers check. I am sorry, but can no longer except personal checks. Insurance included with shipping cost, usually via Priority Mail. Good Luck.
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