FRED HARVEY Era Native American Old Pawn RING Navajo Heart
A Rare Fred Harvey Era Native American Old Pawn Ring, entirely Navajo Handmade in Fine Grade Sterling Silver with Heart Shape Leaves, Top Flower and Repousse Bead Accents bezel-set with a Green Malachite Gemstone, Split Shank, Weight 3.8 Grams, Ring Size 7 circa 1930's!
Measurements: Ring Size 7. Face is 13/16" in length by 11/16" in width. Shank is 3/8" in width and tapers to about 1/8" in back.
This Beautiful Navajo Ring is Old Pawn with Repousse Beads and a Higher Grade of Sterling. It tests over 925, likely 950. The Sterling is Brilliant, Rich, Creamy and Smooth under a Gorgeous Deep Patina. It has a Precious Heart Shape with a Flower on the Crest. It is in Excellent Used condition with lots of character. No chips or cracks to the Malachite.
The Fred Harvey Era had the greatest impact on the American Southwest. Fred Harvey pioneered innovative marketing techniques that are still in use today. Harvey established legendary relationships with Native American Artists Silversmiths, and developed merchandise lines so fine that museums such as the Smithsonian have included these products in their collections.
This Fred Harvey Era Navajo Ring is a Fine Example of Native American Indian Jewelry!