High Plains Jewelry is proud to present Larry Loretto's work to its clients. We are all about quality, and so is Zuni Pueblo (he says it "Pueblo Zuni") artisan Larry Loretto. The Drifter could choose from a lot of native jewelry for his personal wear, but he always gravitates to wearing two cuffs and a buckle. Those three pieces are by Tommy Singer, Gilbert Tom and Larry Loretto. One just can't beat the silky style of Larry Loretto. For a short video of Larry inside his workshop describing his art, see High Plains Jewelry/Facebook. This cuff weighs 3.20 ounces; is one-inch wide and fits a wrist diameter of 7.5-inches. It has three rows of bright Kingman turquoise inlay. In car terms, this is a Porsche 911. Classy, smooth and sleek.