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Signed Sterling "Big Boy" Turquoise and Coral Ring with Bear Claw
|Total Weight (grams):||24.20|
|Additional Information:||Bears were known as the “first helper” in Native American lore, symbolizing leadership and physical strength|
|Primary Stone(s) Type:||Turquoise, Coral|
|Primary Stone(s) Gemologist Note:||Bear Claw|
- This item has been evaluated and verified by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.
- All diamond and gemstone grading is done under GIA standards as the mounting permits, where gemstones are present; where mountings impede accurate measurements, (estimated) dimensions are provided. All weights and measurements are estimated and approximate. Treatments for jadeite and other gemstones are assumed unless otherwise noted.
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- National and international law prohibits the exportation and interstate sale of black bear parts. As EBTH follows CITES regulations, bidding must be reserved to bidders of the state in which the item resides, and the winning bidder must provide proof of current residence within that state. Please note that Everything But The House regularly sells items of historical significance and, from time to time, some of these items might be considered controversial in nature. It is the role of Everything But The House to offer these items for sale as sensitively as possible, with equal respect to all. Furthermore, please know that all items sold on our website are legally obtained and offered for sale in compliance with state and federal regulations.
- EBTH follows CITES regulations with regards to the sale of coral (including but not limited to non-fossil apple, black, blue, branch, brain, fire, lace, organ pipe or tube, and stony coral), giant clams and queen conchs; bidding must be reserved to bidders within the United States of America.