Nineteen beautiful red coral pieces dot each blossom and the naja along this traditional Navajo squash blossom necklace. Each coral piece is set in a sawtooth sterling silver bezel and set within a round sterling silver base, while along the double strand of Navajo pearls, a thin, three pronged blossom extends outward from each. The naja of the piece comprises two plain sterling bands and one sterling rope pattern running along its center, curving with the form of the naja, upon which five coral pieces are set. The double strand of Navajo pearls merges into a single strand about 3/4 of the way toward each end of the necklace, which is finished with a hook and eye closure. 11 1/2″ from top to bottom (cannot be laid flat end to end for measurement due to the positioning of the naja). Naja measures 1 7/8″ long x 1 7/8″ wide.