Featured in this lot we have a set of three Navajo Native American sterling silver and turquoise old pawn rings originating from the 1920's to the 1940's. The first of the rings shows a single cerrillos turquoise cabochon at the center with a sterling silver droplet border. The piece is affixed to a single silver band the splits in two just before the attachment point. The second ring shows a elongated piece of turquoise chip inlay set into the center of the ring. It also features a silver rope around the turquoise with silver loops going around as the border. The third ring shows two mountain turquoise cabochons with two silver droplets between them. The ring also shows a silver rope border around the face of the ring. The rings are in good condition with a warm patina. The rings don't show any makers marks and the metal is untested. The first ring is fit for a US size 5 1/2, the second is a size 6 1/2, and the third is a size 7 1/4.
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