SOLD Jake Livingston is the artist of this beautiful 14kt gold and high grade oxblood coral ring. This ring measures as a size 8. The top of the ring measures 1 5/8"L x 3/8"H. Band is 14kt gold 3/8"W nice weight. You'll typically need a larger ring size with a wider band such as this. This ring combines the heritage of Jake Livingston (Native/Zuni) as the top coral stone is a cabochon (more typical of traditional Navajo style jewelry) whereas, the outer edge of coral turquoise and gold inlay takes on the look of more of a traditional Zuni artistry. Ring is beautiful in design and color and form. This will be one "object of art" you will be proud to actually "wear". Whether going to dinner going to work (provided you work at an office),or going to the theater, this will be sure one of your favorite rings you'll be wearing.... as I know... it's one of mine! I love Jake's rings and I can sell them all day long! They look great on... and they'll look great on you! Enhance your natural beauty... feel good about yourself by wearing a Jake Livingston original ring. "Always" a true pleasure to do business with Jake Livingston a great man of his word, talented artist, family man,hard working full time rancher, and full time artist... and the nice thing about Jake Livingston... Jake always.... has a smile on his face. We have been doing business with him for probably 30 years and as soon as I sell this ring we will buy more from him. Please note we have this style of ring in many colors in addition to this in silver which is less than this gold ring. Some colors we have in silver are sleeping beauty turquoise, spiderweb turquoise,antique Ivory,Onyx, Lapis, Coral and silver, light orange spiny oyster shell dark spiny oyster shell, Sugilite,all silver with corn motif by Jake (not yet listed), Chrysocolla & angel skin coral just to name a few. Please call for price and size and we can assist you with this as I am listing them as fast as I can... before I sell them in the Gallery! Thank you for supporting our great artists! Thank you for keeping Native Arts alive!