This gorgeous Native American handmade Natural Lone Mountain turquoise and Sterling silver ring was created by Tahltan Northwest Coast artist Terrence Campbell. We purchased this brilliant ring directly from Terrence. He hand cut, shaped, and polished the large and thick 5/8" x 3/8" un-backed turquoise stone and set it in a tall bezel reminiscent of the work of Hopi artist, Charles Loloma. The stone is framed by wide pedestal of silver. The thick 1/16" shank is decorated with silver applique of the outside and etched on the inside with images evoking Northwest Coast iconography. VERY COOL! Few Northwest Coast artists work in silver, so you may not have another chance to collect a Northwest Coast ring of this quality. Do not miss out! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE MATCHING EARRING THAT WE HAVE LISTED AS WELL!!!! TERRENCE CAMPBELL (Tahltan; 1956- ) Terrence is an accomplished Northwest Coast jeweler who developed a distinct and unique style combing tufa cast and hand wrought silver and gold with deep etching, clean lines and flowing design. He studied under the famed Navajo tufa cast artist, Ric Charlie. He began his career at the age of 15 studying under master carvers Dempsey Bob and Dale Campbell. His first works were in wood, but he has expanded into other media. He has completed 2- and 3-dimensional carving including the first totem pole to be raised in Hong Kong. His also has an original clothing line that has been shown across North America. His Tahltan name is “Eth-Cath-Kee” which means “teacher of the children”.