This sterling silver ring is made by a Dine' (Navajo) artist but not signed. It is stamped sterling along the band.
White Buffalo comes from the Dry Creek mine located on the Shoshone Reservation in Nevada. It is called White Buffalo because it is a rare stone (like a white buffalo is rare) because it forms like turquoise but without the presence of heavy metals which give other turquoise their green or blue colors. So this stone is truly unique and beautiful!
The ring is a size 9 and measures 1.2" long by .7" wide.
10% of the profits from this item will be donated to the Native American Rights Fund. Find out more about the organization here.