Coral ring that I mistakenly made into a Bolo

A friend of my father gave me this ring about 25 years ago (she was 80 at that time) and she said she had it a long time. I don’t remember asking her where she got it and I know very little about Native American jewelry. Initials on the back are EB in capital letters. Did I destroy the value or what is the current value and does anyone want to buy it?

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I am not sure but the artist might be Eugene Belone Navajo

I know its old post, but no, because the bolo crowd will value it favorably, where as the ring crowd
will no longer be interested… loose some gain some… now…since you wear it…do u like it better than as a ring, if so, then the value just increased. Common Sense approach to valuation.


I would of been interested!