"Bring out the big guns, captain." This two-inch wide, thick gauge, scalloped-edge cuff sports an expensive original No. 8 Mine turquoise stone and a whole lot of intricate, reverse-stamped Sterling repousse' work. And, of course it doesn't hurt that it is made by master Navajo silversmith Gilbert Tom. This stunning piece of wearable art is part of a purchase of old No. 8 Mine turquoise cabochons by the Drifter about 6 or 8 years ago. All were assigned to Mr. Tom exclusively. There's only 2 or 3 left. Total inside circumference (including the "gap") is 6 and 7/8th's. So, the wearer needs a 6.75-to- 7-inch total wrist circumference. Measure your wrist where you will wear the cuff prior to purchase because it is too thick to adjust to a different size. Measure twice; buy once. This cuff weighs 205-grams, or 7.24-ounces. That's right—a little over seven ounces. It is hallmarked "Gilbert Tom." Always complimentary Priority shipping within the U.S. Nice. Ve-ry nice.