Vtg Sterling Silver Navajo Red Coral Stone Wire Cuff Bracelet
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Vtg Sterling Silver Navajo Red Coral Stone Wire Cuff Bracelet:
Three red coral stones on a bifurcated cuff bracelet, Navajo made. Inside measure of cuff is 3-7/8" with a 1-1/2" gap. Tested-STERLING SILVER. Weight-10.9 grams. In good vintage condition.
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