This squash is older than the Drifter's first wife. And about as colorful as well. This aged beauty—the squash blossom, not the ex-wife—is big, elaborate and expensive. It contains 18 pieces of real branch coral. Coral is dying-off worldwide and current prices of what little is left on the shelves has hit the roof. The Drifter acquired this from a customer. She was left the piece after a death of a family member who had bought it near Farmington, New Mexico many decades earlier. "I don't know why she bought this and held onto it for so long," she said. I do. End-to-end it's a little over 30-inches. It's hard to get these big, elaborate squash blossoms on a gram scale, but suffice to say it is made from thick-gauge silver and is substantial. There's a reason Mercedes-Benz motorcars are heavy. It's hard to put a true value on a unique piece like this, but it's priced very reasonable for what it represents. They are not making any more like this one.