We specialize in custom Northwest Indian silver rings. All our Native rings are hand made by Kwakiutl master artist David Neel, whose work is known for deep engraving, flowing designs and excellent workmanship.
You can order a custom Native art ring in widths from 3/16" to 1/2" wide, with 5/16" wide being the most popular. You may order a ruby, sapphire or diamond setting, which is beautiful in the eye of the animal design.
If you are trying to decide which First Nations art symbol is right for you; please visit the Animal Symbols page to browse the meanings of the most popular designs. If you have a question or you would like a free quotation on a custom Native silver ring please use the Contact Us page to send an email, or phone us. David Neel is a fifth generation Northwest coast Indian artist and jeweler with 28 years experience and he has a long history of satisfied customers; please visit the Customer Reviews page to see what others have to say about their silver Northwest coast art rings.
Whether you prefer Kwakiutl art, Haida art or another northwest coast art style, we can make a silver ring to suit your taste. David Neel comes from a long line of Northwest coast totem pole carvers, and has been making Native art for 28 years. He works hard to ensure that each ring is a unique piece of first nations art. Please visit the Customer Reviews page to see what others have to say about their custom silver ring and the service they received. We welcome gay, lesbian and LGBT customers.