ANA 1266 Red Coral Navajo ring


Red Branch coral ring. Set in solid sterling silver and handcrafted by a Navajo artist. The term branch coral refers to the way in which the coral grows in branches the ocean. The piece used in this ring is a piece that has been been sanded and polished but kept is natural shape. Very unique. The triangle wire that surrounds the coral has been notched which creates beautiful design.Please specify your size when ordering and we would be happy to size it to fit.

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Red coral (Corallium Rubrum) comes from certain areas, such as the Mediterranean, where the specific water temperature and conditions allow coral to thrive. Coral is a hardened tube or branch. Only about 10% of coral is considered jewelry quality. Coral comes in shades from blood-red to orange to pink to white.

Although coral has been used by Stone Age peoples as long as 30,000 years ago to decorate sepulchers (burial vaults), Native American artists have only used coral for the last 600 years.

When Europeans arrived in the New World, they brought with them “blood coral” from the waters of Spain and Italy.

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