Southwest Sterling Silver Ring
The stunning jewelry collections found on our website feature the work of some of the most talented Native Artists.
The essence of Southwest Native Culture is captured by semi-precious gemstones and radiates through every unique color palette.
Each piece is carefully designed and handcrafted following traditional inlay techniques.
Each stone represents a certain characteristic for the wearer to invite into their lives.
The final product is a beautifully designed work of art.
Sterling Silver, Turquoise, Spiny Oyster, Black Onyx
Turquoise is the birthstone for December
The naturally occurring blue/green color is considered rare and has been prized by Native cultures for thousands of years.
Turquoise is said to clear negativity from one’s heart to promote healing and spirituality.
As a gift, it symbolizes well-being and hope for future prosperity.
Spiny Oyster is harvested from the large shells of sea mollusk
The spiny oyster was considered a valuable spiritual symbol by Indigenous Cultures and was often used in ceremonial rituals as an offering for rain and good harvests.
Some cultures even used the oyster as a form of currency!
The bright orange color represents prosperity and good fortune.
Black onyx is the birthstone for December.
The strong black color is said to absorb negative energy and provide stabilization during tough times.
The stone is symbolic of the American Southwest and is heavily featured throughout Zuni and Navajo jewelry.
Custom sizes are available by request
Our products are individually handmade. Because we do not mass produce, there may be minimal design variations. We will always do our best to make sure you are completely satisfied with your order. If there are any issues with the item you receive, we will try our best to custom-make a replacement or issue a full refund.