On the Trail of Quality Since 1976
We're on pg. 31 of "COWBOYS & INDIANS" this month.

Navajo dead-pawn Sterling watchband (new watch included) with 42 pieces of Mediterranean blood-red coral.



Well, you know this has to be dead-pawn to have 42 pieces of real red coral and be priced so low.  Nearly all countries have now prohibited the harvesting of coral from their waters, so any real coral you see now was harvested some time ago before the bans took place.  There is easily more than $300 worth of coral at today's prices (what little existing stock of coral that exists is about 15 times the gram price is used to be) in this piece.  This is a good-looking piece, AND, it lets you know the time if you can put your smartphone down long enough to look at it.  Weight is 2 and 3/4ths-ounces and wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff) needed to wear it is 6.5 inches—which is a lady's medium/small.  It is 1 and 1/8th-inches at the top, tapering slightly to one inch at each end.  Hallmarked, "IC."  Do you see (its beauty)?