This ring from award-winning designer Myron Panteah features tributes to life-giving rain and our soul's eternal journey. Inspired by cascading curtains of rain, a textured pattern of sterling silver travels around the band and evokes a traditional hammering technique. A spiral made from 14k gold graces the front of the ring, symbolizing everlasting life. The bold combination of silver and gold provides a striking color contrast and a very modern feel. Pair it with sterling silver, gold or even brass jewelry-- the mixed metal combination will allow you to mix and match with most of your jewelry wardrobe. The ring measures 1/4" tall. Made in America.
Myron Panteah, a third generation Navajo-Zuni jeweler, combines traditional motifs with contemporary textures to create jewelry pieces that are uniquely his own. Growing up in Mexican Springs, a small town in New Mexico’s Navajo lands, Myron often saw rock petroglyphs while herding sheep or walking with his father. Animal petroglyphs appear throughout his work, along with migration spirals and symbols of water and rain.
Like all fine jewelry, Carolyn Pollack Sterling Silver Jewelry should be handled carefully. Store jewelry in a plastic bag, dry and wrapped in tissue paper, when not being worn or displayed. Clean sterling silver with a silver polishing cloth when necessary, but never subject to chlorine, silver dips, chemical solutions or ultrasonic cleaners, as these substances can cause the genuine gemstones to discolor. Never wear jewelry in a swimming pool.