You can wear this baby to the National Finals Rodeo or to Carnegie Hall. The total inside circumference of the cuff on the top left of the photo is 6.25-inches—including the "gap" in the cuff. That means the person buying this cuff needs to have a measurement all the way around her wrist bone of a tiny bit over six-inches (maybe 6 and 1/8th) up to 6.25-inches. Please measure before purchasing, as we want you to have a cuff that fits properly. We emphasize this because we try to have cuffs that are sturdy, thicker gauge Sterling, which do not bend well. We don't like—nor sell—flimsy, thin-gauge tourist cuffs. Bruce Morgan must share that same sentiment because he makes things to last—and to retain or increase in value. The cuffs here are not heavy-silver, but they are substantial enough that they will resist bending or shaping. If you've been around Native American jewelry for awhile you likely are already aware of Bruce Morgan and his work. Good stuff. Real good stuff. The Drifter has a man's Bruce Morgan gold and silver cuff that is quite thick and heavy. The cuff in question here weighs 58.3-grams, or 2.06-ounces. It has Bruce Morgan's hallmark (see second pic). Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S. Buyer pays international shipping.