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Artie Yellowhorse, Navajo - New Mexico, USA
Gorgeous example of Peanut Wood. This ring is large enough to express the drama of the stone. It features a handmade silver bead perimeter.
A very fascinating material, it is petrified driftwood. The "peanuts" are boreholes made by clams, of all things. When someone admires your peanut-wood jewelry, you can entertain them with your tidbits of arcane knowledge!
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Materials: Natural Peanutwood & Sterling Silver
Size: 7-7/8 - 8
Diameter (Including Perimeter & Cabochon): 1-1/16"
Diameter (Cabochon Only): 23mm
Signed: Artie Yellowhorse
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