It was the third night of Jesse’s bachelor party, and Jesse were on a roll at the craps table. Mark, Jesse’s best man, had chosen an Arizona resort as our getaway, and the past few days had been filled with golf, margaritas and some very late evenings at the resort’s casino.Sensing that it was well past my bedtime, I decided to go all in and put my chips on the pass line. Jesse rolled snake eyes, and I lost all the money I’d reserved for gambling that trip. Feeling bad about it, Jesse pulled me aside and gave me the ring he’d purchased earlier that day on a trip to Navajo Nation. It was a beautiful men’s ring of turquoise and oxidized .925 sterling silver that had been crafted with a scaly motif.
Inspired by this piece of jewelry, I give you the Men’s Snake Eyes Ring, a statement piece that showcases a 3-1/2 carat cabochon of compressed turquoise from Arizona’s famed Kingman Mine. One of the oldest and largest turquoise mines in the world, Kingman was mined by Native American tribes dating back over a thousand years. The beautiful, high-quality stones from this mine feature an array of green and blue shades with exquisite veining and marbleized patterns. Don’t roll the dice on your next purchase. Get the Men’s Snake Eyes Ring and you’ll have all the luck. just $99!
3-1/2 Carats of Geniuine Arizona Turquoise for the Impossible Stauer Price of just $99
— Jack B.