This cuff is made by the Navajo artisan Aaron Toadlena, who, in our humble opinion after 46-years in the business, is establishing himself on a whole different plateau than most everybody else. We paid a lot to procure it, and deservedly so. This trophy is the epitome of the current status of Native American jewelry. Nothing was hurried in the making of it. Every little thing is per-fect—including those very expensive Egyptian turquoise stones. Whoa. The buyer may simply put this in his or her's collectible case, but if intending to wear it, the total inside circumference—including the one-inch gap—is 6 and 5/8's inches. It will NOT budge one iota. You shouldn't want it to, either. Buy things to fit, people! Measurement around the wrist bone should be 6.5 to 6.75-inches. This beauty is a full 3.25-inches across at the top, lengthwise. Overall width is three-inches. Weight is 260-grams, or 9.17-ounces! Hallmarked with Aaron's presumably healing hand with his name stamped inside. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.