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Miranda Peynetsa, Zuni   -  Sterling Silver
Coral and Opal Inlay Bracelet
HK Item #NBT692 - 6 1/2"

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Authentic Native American sterling silver Coral and Opal Inlay Bracelet by Zuni Miranda Peynetsa

6 1/2" total inside circumference (including 1 1/8"gap between ends) and approximate wrist size. See diagram below;
7/16" wide
9 grams
sterling silver, Read about silver
coral, imitation opal, Read about stones
stamped: MP STERLING
Miranda Peynetsa, Zuni

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Miranda Peynetsa, Zuni
Sterling Silver
Coral and Opal Inlay Bracelet
NBT692 - 6 1/2"

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Paula says - "This beautiful imitation Coral and Opal Inlay shows brilliant flashes of pink, green and blue depending on how light strikes it."

Authentic Native American sterling silver Coral and Opal Inlay Bracelet by Zuni Miranda Peynetsa

Authentic Native American sterling silver Coral and Opal Inlay Bracelet by Zuni Miranda Peynetsa


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100% solid silver won't tarnish but it is too soft to use for making jewelry - it could easily be scratched, dented and bent. Sterling silver has a small amount of one or more other metals usually copper, added to the silver. To be called sterling silver, the alloy must contain at least 92.5% pure silver. Sterling silver alloy is harder than pure silver but the added metals also can cause discoloration or tarnish. Read more about silver.

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 . . .


Opal is a naturally blue stone with interior fracturing of light which results in a play of color. Opal is October's birthstone and is believed to make the wearer less self-conscious, thereby encouraging spontaneous action and awakening one's psyche.

Natural opal

(also known as precious opal) contains between 3-10% water but can be as high as 20% and this can make the stones less stable.

Lab opal

is considered a true synthetic or created opal produced in controlled laboratory conditions and with the same chemical composition as natural opal but with a very low moisture content making it more durable. Lab opal has much fracturing of light and brilliant colors including blue, pink, purple, red and green.

Imitation opal

(artificial or simulated opal) is different chemically from natural and lab opal. It is made up of 80% silica and 20% resin and is an economical option to both precious and lab opal.

Read more about opal.     Read about stones.

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