On the Trail of Quality Since 1976

Navajo dead-pawn Sterling cuff with Mediterranean blood-red coral.



    This was somebody's personal cuff that was pawned but never retrieved.  It is not that old though, maybe 8-to-10 years old.  The pieces of branch coral turquoise in this cuff exude a deep, rich red indicative of Mediterranean, versus Caribbean, coral.  They were obviously purchased long before the current steep hike in the price of existing coral or it would be a lot more expensive.  It is sharp.  Weight is 1.7-ounces and wrist circumference (including the gap) is 6 and 1/8th-inches—which is a woman's medium.  Hallmark with two crossed arrows.  It was quite tarnished before the Drifter brought it back to life with a little elbow grease.