This old-style patina cuff has an outstanding chunk of Kingman turquoise adorning it. And Alfred Martinez is no slouch at Native silversmithing. The proof is before you. He framed this traditional Navajo cuff with four thicker-gauge Sterling strands, and surrounded the stone with unusual silver beadwork. That big stone covers a lot of real estate—1 and 78th's-inches lengthwise across the top. The total inside circumference (including the 'gap') measures 6.25-inches, with very little flex—which means the wearer must have a wrist size of 6 and 1/8th to 6 and 3/8th's, measured completely around the wristbone. No more; no less. Please measure your total wrist circumference before purchasing. This is not a flimsy piece that can be bent into another size. It weighs a respectable 71.2-grams, or 2.51-ounces. Hallmarked "Alfred Martinez." Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.