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Michael Calladito - Navajo Sterling Silver
9-Stone Coral Bracelet
HK Item #NBT334 - size 6 5/8

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Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver horse bracelet

Size 

6 5/8" total inside circumference (including 1 1/8" gap) and approximate wrist size. See diagram below;
1/2" at widest point

Materials
coral Read about stones
sterling silver,
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Weight
17 grams
Hallmarks
stamped: STERLING M
Artist
Michael Calladitto, Navajo

Bracelet measurements

The Total Inside Circumference (total measurement around the inside) is also the approximate wrist size. This measurement includes the gap. The gap is the distance between the ends.

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Michael Calladito
Navajo Sterling Silver
9-Stone Coral Bracelet

NBT334 - $130 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

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Paula says - "A stylish, comfortable sterling silver bracelet with 9 coral stones. Raindrops and smooth bezels adorn the front while the open sides are accented with spirals and large raindrops. The open sides make this bracelet very comfortable and adjustable."

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About Red Coral

Red Coral is the common name given to Corallium Rubrum and several related species of marine coral. Red coral is a collection of hundreds of tiny animals living together in a colonies that resemble small leafless bushes growing on dark, rocky seabottom. The coral skeleton is composed hard calcium carbonate, colored in shades of red from pale pink to deep red. It can be semi-translucent to opaque. It is naturally matte, but can be polished to a glassy shine. Red coral is frequently dyed to enhance color and it can also be impregnated with resins or epoxies to fill surface fissures and flaws.

Coral jewelry has been found in ancient Egyptian and prehistoric European burials. The Romans believed coral could protect children from harm, as well as cure bites from snakes and scorpions and diagnose diseases by changing colour. Read more . . .

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