We are very proud to offer a superior angel skin coral bracelet that has three strands attached to a huge coral clasp with a carved bird sitting on a branch. The angel skin coral branch with the bird is 2 ½ inches long by ¾ inch wide. The branch with the bird is attached to a heavy 14 KT (marked) clasp. The entire bracelet weighs 73 grams. The bracelet is seven inches. Angel skin coral bracelets are rare and scarce. This is an unusual and beautiful example. It is hard to figure out how to un-lock the clasp. There is a post on one side (directly under the bird) that you push down while pulling it out. This bracelet dates to the 1980's. It is in original and excellent condition. This is a fabulous and unique style. It is exquisite.
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We will ship this UPS ground, securely boxed, with tracking, insured and signature-required delivery (as required by PayPal and UPS).
Sorry, but we cannot ship this to Alaska, Hawaii, or Internationally.
NOTE: The high shipping cost is due to the high insurance fee, size, and weight. UPS and USPS have raised their rates once again! Should the shipping and handling be less than the charged fee, we will refund the difference. If the S&H is more than the charged fee, we will absorb the difference.
Buyer’s Responsibility for Reporting Damaged Items:
In the unlikely event of a damage claim, the buyer must report such damage to the seller and to the shipper (e.g. UPS or USPS, as applicable) within 48 hours of receipt of the item(s) in order for the buyer to make a damage claim to the shipping agent. The buyer must take photos of any damaged item, as well as photos of the original packing material, and forward such evidence to the shipper. The buyer must retain all original packing material and submit all items required for review by the shipping agent to initiate a damage claim and any applicable insurance payment to the buyer. Failure to keep items for review for the buyer’s insurance claim or to notify the seller and the shipper of any loss within these guidelines will forfeit rights of the buyer to seek insurance reimbursement for the damaged goods received.