Mohawk sterling silver Indian head ring
You have invested in an authentic piece of Native American Jewellery. I trust you will be satisfied with the quality and workmanship of this product. If this Mohawk sterling silver Indian head ring is a gift, I hope it will be treasured forever appreciating the skill and dedication of the artist and craftsmen of New Mexico who fashioned this piece of jewellery.
The jewellery will be supplied in a uniquely designed package bearing a star representing the lone star state of Texas in the form of a seal with feathers.
As with all fine jewellery care should be taken to preserve the lustre of the silver and colour of the stone. Turquoise is a gem stone and as with many gems can collect chemicals and oily products within its pores. This can cause the turquoise to discolour. To minimise damage remove rings and bracelets before using detergents, chemical products and hand / body lotions.
To polish your turquoise or other gem stone jewellery we recommend a silver polishing cloth and not a jewellery dip. If you need any advice we will be pleased to help.
The Navajo nation began working with sterling silver during the 1800’s their creations were highly prized in England during the Victorian period. Today the Navajo’s are some of the finest silversmiths in the world. Their creations are noted for harmonious form and resonance of colour created by crafted turquoise, jet, mussel shell and coral. Wampum stock a range of genuine Navajo jewellery including Bolo’s, Watch Tips, Bracelets, Rings and Earrings. The Zuni are noted for their superb craftsmanship with regards to their famous needlepoint , and inlay jewellery
Wampum specialise in Sterling Silver Native American jewellery and crafts. This Mohawk sterling silver Indian head ring is hallmarked. Wampum’s hallmark is retained at Sheffield UK Assay office.
I hand pick sterling silver jewellery from New Mexico. This handmade sterling silver jewellery is sought after and prized throughout most of the world.
In addition to the crafts of, pottery, tribal artefacts, artwork and beadwork, most Native American tribes work in sterling silver jewellery