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Navajo dead-pawn Sterling cuff with 15-pieces of Mediterranean blood-red coral.—SOLD!



SOLD!!  The lucky lady that gets this beauty needs to have a wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff) close to 6 and 7/8th's-inches.  A cuff with a row of stones on it like this one shouldn't be bent or shaped to fit.  By doing so, there is a pretty-good chance that the settings would lose integrity and cause a loss of a stone eventually.  If it doesn't fit, you must acquit.  The coral is deep red and expensive to acquire these days.  The Sterling is NOT thin and flimsy tourist-quality, but rather thicker 14 or 16 gauge.  Be aware, the planet's coral is dying-off, and no longer can be legally acquired in most places—thus the supply and demand ratio of already-harvested coral has caused the price to skyrocket. Weight is 1.25-ounces; width is one-half-inch, and it is hallmarked "G.James," which is likely Gina James.