This heavy-silver, masterly-crafted cuff is one of the best buys we have. Made by Rick Martinez, part of a famous family of Navajo silversmiths, it is a piece of stunning Navajo wearable Navajo art. That big Royston turquoise stone is quite nice, but those thick-gauge Sterling silver conchos in either side of the stone take home the bacon. The framework his six strands. That's right, six—and three are twisted! Most have three-or-so thinner ones. It is two-inches across at the top, including bezel and stone. Total inside circumference (including the 'gap' in the cuff) is 6.5-inches. It absolutely cannot be made smaller. Prior to shipping, it can be enlarged an eighth-inch-or-so. Measure twice; buy once. Weight is 129-grams, or 4.55-ounces. Hallmarked "R. Martinez." The Drifter acquired this with about a half-dozen Martinez family pieces 2 or 3 years ago. Prices have nearly doubled since then, and this wonderful piece would likely be priced for many hundreds more elsewhere. Always free Priority shipping within the U.S. Enjoy.