SOLD! This older ring fits the Drifter perfectly. It he was a rockstar guitar slinger performing before adulating throngs he'd wear it prominently for all to see. This baby looks surprisingly good on a woman or a man with one precautionary note: It's not for the timid. Those nineteen turquoise stones (probably Kingman Mine) are all real—not compressed—and perfect. Some are changing hue a bit as a result of aging. The Paul Jones that made this is from Tahatchi, NM, and has been active in jewelry-making from the 1970's to present. For Native American jewelry to be legitimately considered "vintage," it must have been made prior to 1970—thus we refrain from mislabeling it "vintage." We have kept this in our box of older goodies for years. It is tad longer than 1 and 7/8th's-inches, and it is 1 and 1/16th-inches across at the widest point. This ring weighs a respectable 15.1-grams, or .53-ounces. Hallmarked "P. JONES." Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.