This is fine example of the jewelry-making being done in the tradition of Tommy Singer by his widow Rose (Rosita) and his daughter Charlene and the son-in-law Allen. They are using Tommy's tools and dies and resurrecting many of his oldest designs. This cuff is not as thick gauge as some of Tommy's old pieces but everything else about this cuff is spectacular. It weighs 2.65-ounces and fits a wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff) of seven-inches even—though it can be easily adjusted a quarter-inch in or out. Width of the cuff across the top is two inches. Hallmarked "T&R Singer."