Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring
Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring

Mountain Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, White Buffalo Ring, Size 11 ring

Regular price $175.00 Sale

925 Sterling Silver ring 

Ring Size: 11  

One of a kind Navajo Made ring with a piece of high grade White Buffalo Calcite and a different engraved mountain view scene on each side of the ring. 

Ring Measurements: approximately 5/8th's of an inch tall and 9/16th's of an inch wide. 

Ring Weight: 13.2 grams 

This ring has a different scenic view on each side of the ring. It features a mountain pass with a valley, and is accented with pine trees and clouds. 

WHITE BUFFALO (called “albino turquoise” by some and erroneously “white turquoise” by others) is only found in one location in the world. Tonopah Nevada. The mine is owned by the Otteson family who have been mining high quality turquoise in Nevada and Colorado for over 60 years. The trade name “White Buffalo” is used to identify the stone. The white stone is surrounded by black and brown flint-like chert (an opaque variety of quartz) which creates beautiful patterns, and sometimes in rare pieces, a spider-web matrix. The stone appears in veins, is as hard as turquoise and cuts and polishes like turquoise. In the Native American jewelry business, this stone is generally referred to as “White Buffalo”. Although often called “White Turquoise”, White Buffalo is not Turquoise at all. In fact, it is a long way from it. The main mineral is Calcite. But depending on the crystalline structure of the Calcite, it morphs into minerals called Dolomite or Aragonite.
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