Red coral weight: 76 grams gold clasp: 1 gram
|Material Fineness:||14 kt.|
|Size:||47,5 cm lang|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of wear|
Gold grade: 14 kt. gold clasp, 1 gram Kobu brand marked 585
Size: 47.5 cm long
Weight in Total (in g): 76 grams
Condition: Excellent condition - hardly used with minimal signs of wear.
Strung with a new 14 karat gold clasp.
It is Coral in a warm red colour.
Not all beads are exactly the same size and colour, this is because this is a natural product.
Small stripes run through some of the beads, please see photos. The colour is a beautiful red.
The corals have a sturdy texture with very few visible holes in the polished surface except for a few cluster pin holes, which are remnants of the central canal of the coral.
The size of the red coral beads is from 0.5 cm - 0.7 cm thick to 0.5 cm - 1 cm wide in the centre.
Whether these corals have been dyed has not been examined.
They do not all have the same colour, some are slightly more red, others somewhat more orange, the beads come from an inheritance, the clasp is new
Will be sent registered and insured only (including Track & Trace), shipping costs are for the buyer
Any customs/import duties or other costs related to shipping abroad (including outside Europe) are at the buyer's expense. Bidders should be aware that various countries do not accept the import of objects of endangered and other protected species, even if a certificate of origin is included. By bidding, you confirm that you are aware of your country's customs legislation and regulations.
|Member since:||March 13, 2015|
Very nice, as described, thank you
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|Rest of Europe||$40.37|
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