If I had a shop that I wanted to advertise on a billboard along Interstate 40 in New Mexico or Arizona, and I wanted an image that encapsulates what Native American jewelry is all about, this might be the image of choice. This older pawn cuff is about as traditional; as classic, as indicative of Navajo jewelry-making as it gets. A blast from the past. This cuff was tarnished almost black before taking one Connoisseurs Jewelry Wipe to it. One can refresh the Sterling and clean the stones a bit, and it emerges like a Phoenix from the ashes. This cuff requires a bit larger wrist size. The total inside circumference—including the 'gap,' is seven-inches even. We may able to shape if very slightly PRIOR TO SHIPPING, but a wrist circumference of 6 and 7/8th's to about a 7 and 1/8th is the target wrist size. Respect the piece and shop for something else it you don't fall into that size category. Measure twice; buy once. This beauty weighs 73.2-grams, or 2.55-ounces. It is hallmarked "T." The 18 older turquoise stones have changed hue with age and gotten a little greener. Best guess is old Sleeping Beauty turquoise—as older, non-stabilized Sleeping Beauty will take-on a greener hue. It's a beauty folks. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.