Salvaged Steel Ring with a Sterling Silver Interior and with Natural Damele Turquoise Riveted to the Steel with a Sterling Silver Rivet and Bezel.
This old steel piece was salvaged by Noah Pfeffer near Jerome, Arizona - a relic from mining operations in the early 1900s. In 1926, a Model 300 Steam Shovel hit an unexploded "coyote-hole", leaving pieces of steel all over the side of Mingus Mountain.
Ring Size: 6.25
.5" Stone Width, .375" Stone Height
.375" - .5" Band Width