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    Elvis Presley Owned Indian Head Ring (1970s). This striking Central or South American Indian motif was given to Elvis by Felton Jarvis in the early 1970s. Jarvis produced most of Presley's records from the mid-1960s until his death in 1977. He was part of Elvis' inner circle as well, a trusted friend. Jarvis also produced recordings for such stars as Tommy Roe, Mike Nesmith, Fats Domino, and many others over the years. When Elvis dated model Sheila Ryan (later married to actor James Caan), he gave the ring to her. The ring features applied polychrome enamel in red, white, blue, and yellow, is a size 9 1/2 and sizeable, and weighs 26.9 grams. It's in Very Fine condition with slight loss to the enamel. LOA from Sheila Ryan Caan.

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    April, 2014
    26th-27th Saturday-Sunday
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