SOLD! In a strange way, those rosettes that Andy Cadman included across the middle of this statement Navajo cuff, are 'sorta reminiscent of Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" masterpiece. This is one heck of a substantial cuff, weighing-in at 168.7-grams, or 5.96-ounces! We really like thick, well-made cuffs. Those used to be common a long time ago, but no more. When they are all gone, the Drifter will just ride into the sunset, I reckon. The total inside circumference (including the 'gap.') is 6 and 3/8th's-inches. It won't take-well to being adjusted differently. It is too wide; too thick and it has too many stones to even consider re-shaping it. So the wearer needs to have a wrist circumference—measured around the wristbone—of 6 and 3/8th's to 6.5-inches, which is pretty-much a woman's medium. But please measure before buying. Tailors' cloth measuring tapes are available at dollar-type stores for a buck or two. This cuff is 2.25-inches wide and chock-full of Cadman's excellent hand-stamping. The turquoise is obviously Kingman Mine. The 'wow' factor is priceless. Hallmarked "A.Cadman." Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S. You're welcome!