A single, round coral piece rests at the center of an appliqued Zia symbol as the focal point of this contemporary ring by Navajo silversmith Robert Yellowhorse. The Zia symbol is featured on New Mexico’s state flag, and is an important symbol to the people of Zia Pueblo, representing the sacred number four, which symbolizes the Circle of Life: four winds, four seasons, four directions, and four sacred obligations. The ring also features various stamped designs, including triangles, dots, fine lines, and arrows. 3/4″ wide. Fits ring size 11.