These two Navajo necklaces with Mediterranean coral are being sold separately but make even more of a statement when worn together.
The necklace on the right measures 26 inches long. It consists of three strands of coral interspersed with handmade silver beads. It has a silver clasp.
The necklace on the left is four strands of coral beads of various shapes. The handmade silver beads are both round and tubular. It is strung on cotton without a clasp. It measures 28 inches in length.
Both date to about 1940.