This would look equally good on either a man or a woman. Wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff) is 7.25-inches—which is a medium/large woman's or a medium man's wrist circumference. It has very nice hand-stamping on the Sterling and a good-looking 1.25 inch-long Royston, turquoise stone. Width throughout is 1.25-inches on the silver band, with the bezel and the stone hanging a bit over on each side. The silver gauge is decent; the weight is 3.27 ounces. By the way, why would a person ever buy a piece of jewelry online that doesn't list the weight!? Anything less than an ounce an a-half is pretty light gauge. Probably tourist junk. Here at High Plains Jewelry, we only offer pieces that the Native Americans have either made for themselves and worn (dead-pawn), or something they would be proud to wear themselves. Don't throw your money away on some flimsy curious-quality trinket. Pay a little more and get an investment piece that will always appreciate in value. This piece is hallmarked "LD." This cuff is pictured in our ad in the upcoming Cowboys & Indians magazine's March/April issue on newsstands in February '17.