• 40-stone older Navajo cluster cuff for 6 and 7/8th's wrist.

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    We're diggin' deep into our treasure trove with this stunning cuff.  The Drifter dreamt of wearing this someday when he loses a little weight. Ha!  It's only a quarter-inch too small, but a miss is as good as a mile when it comes to re-shaping (bending!#) a cuff with this many settings.  Just don't do it.  The total inside circumference here is 6 and 7/8th's-inches, so the wearer's wrist should be no smaller than 6.75-inches and no larger than 7-inches (measured carefully around the wristbone).  The 'gap' is 1 and 1/16th-inches.  This 'ol gal is showing her age with several stones starting to change somewhat into a more greenish hue.  'Takes a few decades for that to occur.  We acquired it in the late '90's out of a trading post near Window Rock, Arizona.  The wearer made it to wear, not to sell—as evidenced by the apparent lack of a hallmark.  The only stamping that can still be seen is that of "Sterling."   Weight is 91-grams, or a very respectable 3.2-ounces.  Lengthwise across the top is two-inches.  It tapers to 1 and 3/8th's-inches on either end.  'Can't be perfectly sure about the turquoise mine due to the stones' age and hue—but they are all perfect with no cracks or fissures.  She's a beauty!  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.