Sitting Bull, in the original lakota "Tatanka Yotanka" (Grand River, 1831 - Fort Yates, 15 December 1890) was a Native American leader of the Sioux Hunkpapa.
Famous American Indian chief (also called Húŋkešni, that is "Slow", due to his habit of reflecting well before acting), he is remembered in American history and by the natives for having mobilized more than 3,500 Sioux and Cheyenne warriors in the famous Battle of Little Bighorn, where he won an overwhelming victory over Colonel George Armstrong Custer of the Seventh Cavalry, on 25 June 1876.
His face, his effigy, is always synonymous with courage, wisdom and profound knowledge of the human race.
Ring made of burnished and polished Sterling Silver.
Measures: 34 x 27 mm.
Weight: 33 gr.