These cuffs are cute and well-made, AND, the one's on the right bar are only $150! The Drifter began having Navajo master silversmith Gilbert Tom create these in the summer of 2017, with an eye toward offering a quality cuff for as close to $150 as possible—an elusive goal now that Native American jewelry has skyrocketed in price. Since then, we have sold scores of them and others like them are popping-up elsewhere. They are all Sterling silver—as is everything we sell—and are not flimsy like the typical inexpensive tourist-quality stuff. Each cuff has slightly different quality hand-stamping and some even have a couple of pieces of repousse'. All are done in the "old-style" patina on the Sterling. We have them with various Nevada turquoise stones and some with White Buffalo and boulder/ribbon turquoise. NOTE: The ones with white buffalo and boulder/ribbon turquoise are $160. Nearly all of the other ones with various Nevada turquoise mines are only $150. They are made with smaller wrist sizes, averaging a 5.75-inch total wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff), but can be adjusted a quarter-inch in or out—preferably prior to shipping. Call (817-456-5600), e-mail or message with your size and choice of cuff. The one in some of the above pics weighs 1.04-ounces (29.3-grams). Width on all of them is 7/16th's-inches. Hallmarked "Gilbert Tom."