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Natural/high-grade Kings Manassa turquoise ring (only 1 left! size 7); one-of-a-kind

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Natural/high-grade Kings Manassa turquoise ring (only 1 left! size 7); one-of-a-kind

200.00
  • only 2 rings available:
    size 7 (greenish/brown stone; photo #3);
    *SOLD* size 9.5 (blue stone; photo #4)
  • sterling/fine silver with hand-textured bezel and ring
  • valuable/rare high-grade natural The Kings Manassa mine (also called Lick Skillet or Manassa) was located in Colorado and has been out of production for a decade. It was thought to originally be mined by the Anasazi tribe and was later discovered in 1894 by I.P. King (while searching for gold out west). The family owned and operated the mine with a long history of hardship. The turquoise from this mine is extremely rare as it's no longer mined. There isn't much of the rough/raw material to be cut into new cabochons ("cabs"). These particular cabs come from a descendant of the King family—straight from the source. 
  • hallmarked ".925" (for sterling silver) and signed
  • handmade in the USA by Nicole Jo Melton
  • Please see care instructions: FAQ/Policies.
  • ready-to-ship (please see our FAQ/Policies page for processing times)

Each item is a one-of-a-kind ring. These rings cannot be resized.

 

Please note: While every effort is made to photograph the items to be an accurate representation, photography and computer monitors have limitations and differences. Colors and brightness may vary on different devices. I believe these pieces look so much prettier in person when held in the hand and admired by the eye (I've also been told this many times by Knot & Splice customers). I hope you're delighted when you receive your special piece in the mail.

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