This is a design in which the Drifter co-ordinated with Gilbert Tom to make a heavy-silver old-style cuff equaling or exceeding quality standards from decades past. It utilizes the combination of a White Buffalo centerpiece and Royston, Nevada turquoise on either side of the center stone. Because of the continual demand for smaller wrist sizes, this one is made with a 5 and 5/8th's wrist circumference (including the "gap"), which leans towards a super-model, small wrist size. But don't let the small size fool you, it packs a wallop with a 12-gauge thickness, hand-stamped Sterling band. Total weight for this baby is 3.65-ounces! It is 1.25-inches wide and hallmarked, "Gilbert Tom." For a video of Navajo master silversmith Gilbert Tom at work, go to the High Plains Jewelry Facebook page and see Mr. Tom hand-stamping these pieces.