Here's a stand-out Native cuff with beautiful, aging Kingman turquoise stones that took a lot of hours to make. It is a full 1.75-inches wide throughout and looks great on a person's arm. And like most of out heavier gauge Sterling items, it needs to fit from the onset because it won't lend well to bending or shaping. The total inside circumference—including the 'gap' in the cuff—is 6.75-inches. That means the total circumference around the wearer's wristbone needs to be between 6.75-inches and 6 and 7/8th's-inches. Buy a tailors' cloth measuring tape for a $1 at a Dollar stone and measure your wrist circumference. It will be a dollar well-spent. This is a substantial cuff, weighing 113.5-grams, or an even four ounces! Nice. It's been worn and has a couple of insignificant superficial nicks at the top right center of the pic. The multiple Sterling rope construction likely made it impossible to stamp a hallmark, and it has none. But that's not unusual anyway for a pawn piece that was made to be worn by the maker, rather than sold in the tourist industry. This cuff is a lot of bang for the buck and USPS Priority shipping is included within the U.S.