The rug patterns in her grandmother’s weavings, and her famous father’s jewelry instructions, still inspire this award-winning artist.
She was called “the best woman jeweler” by an acclaimed peer, and her meticulous and crystal clear stamp work is legendary.
This ring intrigues with its unusual, square shape, and is perfectly comfortable on the finger.
The stamped and chiseled design goes all the way around, referencing rainfall and water drops in a pleasing, pattern.
Water is not only the source of life for everyone, it is especially precious on the desert land of the Navajo.
Diagonal lines of rain are punctuated with both circles and triangles, symbolizing drops of water.
This ring is marked by the precision of the workmanship, the creativity of the design, and the subtle reference not only to good luck (water!) but to Navajo textiles.
They make this band very special, like all of Jennifer’s celebrated jewelry.
Equally handsome on women and men, you just need the right sized finger – somewhere on your hand – to enjoy this as your own.