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David Rosales Tire-Track Sonoran Turquoise Ring

R790 SGT

$ 303.00

David Rosales Designs - The Finest Inlaid Turquoise Jewelry

When you combine our most popular jewelry artist with one of our most popular stones, you have a match made in heaven. This David Rosales ring has Sonoran Gold Turquoise inlaid in sterling silver. The stones have lovely coloring, with a nice mix of green and blue. David Rosales is a super-talented designer of Native American jewelry and his team brings his creations to life. He has a number of other loves as well, including working on old cars. You can see this influence in the design of this ring. The silverwork has a tire-track pattern that stands out nicely. The many cuts in the silver sparkle as the light reflects off them. This is a really cool ring that would be great for either a man or a woman. I might even be interested in one of these for myself!

Sonoran Gold Turquoise is a new type discovered in northern Mexico just a few years ago. As you can see, it is often very green with some splashes of blue and a gold matrix. This is an unusual look that people seem to be really drawn to. Read our full write-up on Sonoran Gold Turquoise Jewelry here.

Please allow around four to six weeks to receive this turquoise ring. Due to your individual size, we will most likely need to have one of these made for you. Because every piece of David Rosales jewelry is handcrafted by Native American jewelry artists, these do take some time. We will do our best to get this to you as soon as we can but we appreciate your patience. Also, please be aware that the ring that you receive will not look exactly like the one that is pictured here. The Sonoran Turquoise has so much variation in its appearance that it is near impossible to make two exactly the same. That being said, David and his team always do such a wonderful job and I know you will be very pleased with your ring. Please let me know if you have any questions by calling 308-234-3313.


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