Just Silver Rings
Adorn the hands that create your world
Touch the world in beauty with sterling silver rings for every finger. Our sterling artisanal jewelry gives any look a personalized touch, so you can give your hands something to show off. Every pure silver ring design tells a story.
Are you seeking simple silver band rings? We have you covered.What about long sterling silver rings, recycled silver rings, filigree silver rings, ladies sterling silver rings, or bold sterling silver rings? We do silver in so many ways! Our handmade 925 sterling silver rings and sterling silver stackable rings are the perfect accent to your signature look.
We specialize in classic beauties & American made jewelry faves like southwest sterling silver rings and other meaningful designs like our sterling silver cross ring. These no stone rings such as sterling silver band rings make for a dramatic edge, or a designer sterling silver ring for a sophisticated night out. Try on any of our unique sterling silver rings, or explore different western jewelry. Both are inspired by traditional Navajo silver rings and native American sterling silver rings found here in the Southwest.
Silver jewelry rings are fun to layer! Pair southwest silver rings with dramatic 24 inch long silver Native pearl necklace. Or take a more minimal approach in simple American silver rings. This USA made jewelry a gift that will never go out of style! We love to stack them up and make a statement that you can never have enough silver. Our no stone ring designs add an elegance to any look. Many of our designs tell a story about the life and culture of the Southwest, where every design is created.Our no stone ring designs add an elegance to any look.
Award winning Navajo artists Fritz Casuse’s Native American 925 rings use sculptural designs in sterling, where Santa Clara Pueblo artist Jody Naranjo, winner of the 2019 New Mexico Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, uses animal motifs in a traditional sand-cast style that mimics her pottery. Many of our designs tell a story about the life and culture of the Southwest, where every design is created.