A single, triangular stone of Dry Creek turquoise rests at the center of this traditional Navajo ring. The stone, powder blue in color, contains large portions of brown matrix running throughout and is set in a simple sterling silver bezel. This, in turn, is surrounded by a sterling band stamped with fine lines and showcasing triangular cut outs, forming a pattern. Stone and silverwork are set on a split sterling silver shank that merges 1/4 of the way toward the back. 1″ long x 7/8″ wide. Fits ring size 7.