This sterling silver dry creek turquoise ring is made by Dine (Navajo) artist Juan Guerro. It is hallmarked JG and stamped sterling on the back.
Dry Creek turquoise is only found in one known spot, making it a very rare and valuable turquoise. It is thought to have been discovered by the Shoshone tribe and is located at the Godber-Burnham mine.
The ring is a size 6.75 and measures .7" long by .6" wide.
10% of the profits from this item will be donated to the Native American Rights Fund. Find out more about the organization here.