Masked Face Ring

$ 189.00

Masks in Mexican jewelry are derived from the Aztec culture. Masks were often not worn on the face, but used to represent conquests in battle. 10 jewel encrusted masks were taken the the Aztec capital of Oaxaca every year as a offering to the gods and proof a of a warrior's wins. This special ring has been made with exceptional craftsmanship and attention to design. The domed back has the ring sitting a bit higher on the finger, so this shining face is sure to prove you a winner. 

Material: Sterling silver, Malachite

Measurements: Size 8.25, 1.1" H x .8" W x 1.5" D

Age: 1940s

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