Here's a blast from the past. The Drifter has a lot of stuff stashed away for one reason or another (even he doesn't remember why, in some cases!), and now when he doesn't get out much due to the Covid-thing he's slowing bringing them out. This was bought around ten years ago, and was likely held-back for a customer who also forgot. Even just ten years harkens-back to when artists were more traditional, and took the time to create some classy works of art for very little money—as compared to today's prices. Measure your wrist accurately. The buyer needs to have a 6 and 7/8th's-to-7 and 1/8th total wrist circumference. No more; no less. Measure twice—buy once. You don't want to be bending nice things like this that have lots of stones across the curvature. It has fine hand-stamping and cut-out scalloped edges. We love scalloped edges. They require more work but exhibit more definition and allure. The cuff is a pretty-consistent 1 and 5/8th's-inches wide and weighs a respectable 96-grams, or 3.38-ounces. It's made and hallmarked by "Wallace Jr.," who at that time worked with the Running Bear silversmiths. Always complimentary shipping within the U.S.