SOLD!! This is a repost of a cuff that is almost identical to the "Color of Money" cuff used in a High Plains Jewelry ad in Cowboys & Indians magazine a couple of years ago (2nd pic). Coincidentally, this trophy cuff is now featured in the current (Aug/Sept '21) Cowboys and Indians Magazine. We are reposting it because it sold immediately when that issue came out. But, it wouldn't fit the buyer who has a tiny 5 and 7/8th's-inch wrist, so we took it back. This cuff has a 6 and 3/8th's-inch inside circumference. It's thick-gauge Sterling and won't bend, folks. Please measure the circumference of your wrist prior to purchasing. This cuff is a real trophy for someone. Greenish turquoise is hot, and Royston has gotten very, very expensive. This cuff is sizzling. Wrist circumference—including the "gap" in the cuff needs to be between 6.25-inches and 6.5-inches!! No exception. Measure twice; buy once. The Drifter picked the stones and Navajo master silversmith Gilbert Tom fashioned this cuff—with scalloped edges; deep, intricate stamping and lots of silver stars surrounding the stones. Width at the widest point is 1 and 7/8th's-inches. Weight is 139.3-grams, or a very respectable 4.91-ounces. Again, no embarrassingly flimsy stuff here. Hallmarked "Gilbert Tom." Always free Priority shipping within the U.S. only. Customer pays for international shipping.