Made with thick-gauge Sterling and embellished with a big, beautiful, real White Buffalo stone and Kingman turquoise on either side, this artful and deep hand-stamped trophy cuff by master Navajo silversmith Gilbert Tom is something to behold. It is 1.75-inches wide, with scalloped edges (which are more time consuming to make, but worth it). Gilbert made this and a few similar—with different stone combinations—for the Drifter some 8 to 10 years ago. When Native American jewelry prices started skyrocketing a fews back, we put these back for a rainy day when such time-consuming, substantial pieces might become cost-prohibitive to make. That day seems to have come. Total inside circumference—including the 'gap'—is 6 and 3/8th'sinches. This hefty cuff is too sturdy to adjust in the slightest. Thus, it will perfectly fit a person with a total wrist circumference (measured around the wrist bone) of 6 and 5/8th's-inches to 6.5-inches—which is pretty-much a spot-on medium ladies wrist size. Don't buy it thinking you can adjust it larger or smaller—it won't budge. This is one heck of a substantial cuff at 168.4-grams, or 5.94-ounces. Hallmarked "Gilbert Tom" in cursive stamp. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.