This interesting matching set of Native American sterling silver coral rings was recently obtained from my favorite little pawn shop in Gallup, New Mexico. The jewelry from this pawn shop was pawned by Native Americans living in the local area. Gallup is the pawn capital of the Southwest, close to the Navajo and Zuni reservations.
The rings appear to be a matching engagement & wedding ring set, inlaid with coral and the engagement ring is set with what appears to be a cubic zirconia. (My pawn shop dealer & I doubt this is a diamond)
The rings are 1/4 wide and they are unmarked for silver content, but tests positive as coin silver or better. No hallmark that I can find. The exact age of the rings is unknown. Excellent condition.
This is an actual dead pawn item obtained from a real New Mexico pawn shop. This particular pawn shop honors the privacy rights of their Native American clients by not transferring the actual tickets to buyers when pieces are purchased out of pawn.