This cuff has everything. A famous maker; a beautiful and expensive Royston turquoise stone; crisp hand-stamping; reverse-stamped repousse'; hand-stamping on the inside— and a competitive price for a top-tier example of Native American craftsmanship. The total inside circumference of this cuff is 6 and 7/8th's-inches—including the 'gap'—which is a woman's medium-large. Don't buy it to bend it or squeeze it, or try to expand it. This is a nice piece. It would be a shame to ruin it by bending it out of shape. Get a tailor's measuring tape from a dollar-type store and please measure your wrist around the wrist bone. The wearer needs to have a total wrist circumference of 6.75-inches to 6 and 7/8th's-inches. Measure twice; buy once. The oval Royston stone is 1.75-inches long, and the consistent width of the cuff is three-quarters-of-an-inch, except where the bezel hangs over slightly on each side. Weight is 83-grams, or 2.93-ounces. It has Delbert's ingenious hallmark on the back, where the D is part of a spur. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.