SOLD! When you are really serious about your Native America jewelry… If you are still spending good money on lightweight, gimpy, tourist-quality pieces this is your chance to shift gears. It's gotta fit, though. Total inside circumference of this thick-gauge Sterling cuff—including the 1 and 1/8th-inch gap—is 6.25-inches. It's too thick to adjust differently, so the wearer needs to have a total wrist circumference (measured all the way around the wristbone) of 6 and 1/8 to 6 and 3/8th's-inches. Buy it to fit, not to bend—'cuz it won't! This is old-school in both materials and price. We've had it at least 10 or 12 years, maybe more, from when stones, Sterling silver and labor were a smidgen of what each costs today. Gilbert made quite of few of these for us back then. The Drifter chose the stones for each one. We've held on to this for use as a template for future cuffs to be made, but they've become too expensive now to produce more—and Gilbert never was fond of having to shape the thick gauge Sterling. It was a joy watching him, though, deeply stamping the thick silver with his big hammer. He uses a sawed-off tree stump as a backing (see photo). BTW, this baby weighs 162.5-grams, or 5.73-ounces! It is 1 and 5/8th's-of-an-inch across. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S. Enjoy!