This three-and-a-half ounce trophy pawn cuff looked a lot different about an hour before this pic was taken. It was heavily tarnished and dust and crud was all in-between the stones. I meant to just clean it up a bit and ended-up cleaning it up a LOT while I was watching the noon news. 'Just shows the properties of Sterling silver—it comes back to life with a little elbow grease. Set it in a humid environment and it will tarnish right back. This is a thick-gauge, immaculately-made piece made the way they're supposed to be made. Take a look at those intricate bezels surrounding each stone. And then there's the stones. Every single one of those Sleeping Beauty Mine (closed since 2012) stones is perfect. Every single one is tight. We don't sell jewelry with loose stones. You shouldn't accept jewelry with loose stones. It's another of a string of items we're bringing-out now that have been in our 'keeper' stash—examples of high-quality older, traditional Native American jewelry that will likely never be made again because of the cost to make them today. It comes so close to fitting the Drifter at seven-inches total inside circumference (including the 'gap' in the cuff). But it's too thick and has too many settings to enlarge it another quarter-inch. And you shouldn't either. It will fit someone only with a total wrist circumference of 6 and 7/8th's-inches to seven inches even. Measure twice; buy once. Hallmarked "R." If you're knowledgeable about these things, we think you will agree this is a thousand-dollar-plus piece. Enjoy. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.