U.S. Navy Sterling Silver RING -Mother of Pearl - UNCAS

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 11,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

U.S. Navy Sterling Silver RING -Mother of Pearl - UNCAS

Up for bids is a United States Navy (USN) sterling silver ring that has a mother of pearl setting. The approximate ring size is 7 (see photograph of the ring on the ring sizer). The back, inside of the band, is marked "UNCAS U STERLING". The "U" has an arrow going through it. The ring shows light wear with the mother of pearl being in good condition. The face of the ring measures approximately 3/4 of an inch top to bottom and 5/8 of an inch side to side. Please see photographs to determine exactly what you will receive.

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