Navajo, Silver, Turquoise and Coral Eagle Ring

Navajo, Silver, Turquoise and Coral Eagle Ring


Navajo, silver ring with one sleeping beauty Turquoise stone and one Coral stone set into an ornate face featuring an Eagle, leaves and spiral decoration handcrafted by the Silversmith Raymond Delgarito.

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The reverse is stamped with the Silversmiths hallmark.

The Native Americans consider the bald eagle and the golden eagle to be sacred. As eagles are the highest flying birds they were seen to be nearer to the Creator. The meaning of the Eagle symbol was to signify courage, wisdom and strengthand its purpose was as the messenger to the Creator.


Face Width: 3cm

Face Length: 3cm

The Navajo view turquoise as representing Father Sky and Coral as representing the blood of the mother, together they represent unity and balance between the two worlds.