Native American pattern found in the carved base of the oldest Mayan pyramid in Teotihuacan, near today's Mexico City. The carving is crowned with a dragon-like head named Quetzalcoatl, for feathered serpent - or flying reptile. This ring is handcrafted by us in California from 14 karat gold filled and sterling silver wires, it is stamped 14K/20. We construct each piece from wires which are shaped into our design, coiled, cut and solder as rings (if you look carefully you may see the soldering joint showing is handmade). As a final step the ring is carefully heat-treated, this last time-consuming step does not add to its beauty, but it allows the ring to remain malleable so it can easily be sized for a perfect fit.
Maya Gold & Silver Wide Ring
Design # 922
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