• Ernest Roy Begay' Royston turquoise Navajo trophy cuff. #2353

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    Isn't this a looker!  Wear it to Carnegie Hall or the Academy Awards—or next year's Indian Fair and Market at the Heard Museum.  This is a real trophy, as is usual for Mr. Begay.  It sports a stunning piece of Royston turquoise the size of the Rock of Gibraltar, and the silversmithing is exquisitely simple and eye-catching—like a classic Porsche 911.  Buy it to fit, 'cause it's thick and too strong to tweak the size.  Besides, you don't want to go messing around with trying to re-shape a prestigious cuff of this stature.  The total inside circumference—including the inch and one-eighth 'gap'—is 6.75-inches.  The wearer should have a corresponding 6.75-inch wrist circumference, measured around the wristbone.  You can fudge may-be an eighth-inch either way, but absolutely no more.  Measure twice; buy once.  This is a very substantial piece, weighing 154 grams, or 5.44-ounces!  The face of the cuff measures a full 3-inches longways, and 2.25-inches wide (including all silverwork).  Hallmarked "ERB" in sort-of a crescent-shaped arrangement of the letters.  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.  —Enjoy and try to stay humble!