Native American M. Johnson's identity seems to be rather vague but his jewelry designs are very popular and sought after. His first recorded hallmark was in 1974 and since them there has been buckles, rings, bracelets and pendants with this hallmark. His work is distinctive and very recognizable without his hallmark. That in itself is a tribute to being a master silversmith. This ring is hallmarked by him and weights 7.5 grams. It is a size 7 and measures 1&1/2" by 3/4" wide with a blue diamond turquoise stone and a natural polished coral setting. His silver work is an overlay of 2 morning glory flowers circle by a arched veined leaf with curling vines and traditional silver balls. It shows slight wear and is in very good condition. Thank you for visiting our Lane.
Item ID: 1241
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