This size 7 sterling silver Navajo ring is signed by Bell Trading Post. It is made of sterling silver and turquoise. The ring is in a traditional southwest style with a split shank and a beautiful turquoise cabochon in the center. The bezel seems to have petals with the turquoise serving as the flower's center. It is marked sterling on the inside with the Bell logo.
This lovely ring is from the 1930's-40's era of "Native American Tourist Jewelry". The Bell Trading Company was founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1935. They sold Native American Indian jewelry at various tourist locations in the southwestern United States along route 66.
- Size: 7
- Circa 1940's