This classic old-school Navajo row cuff is flawless. And the seven Sleeping Beauty turquoise stones are in perfect condition as well—no cracks; no chipping. Its simple design is timeless and a throwback to basic Native silversmithing and design. We acquired it out of a trading post pawn vault many years ago, and from the patina and silver gauge (they used to make things using thicker gauge!) seem to suggest it to be the latter part of the 1900's. It'll be a few years before it can legitimately be called "old" pawn. Because we are old-school , we adhere to traditional wording of old pawn as to designate pawn jewelry 50-years or older. 'Til then it's dead pawn (meaning "expired" pawn—but in the old trading days it was harder to explain "expired;" easier to relate the word in English to "dead"). Anyway, the inside circumference—including the "gap"—is 6.75-inches. So the wearer needs to have a wrist circumference around the wrist bone of 6 and 5/8th's-inches to 6 and 7/8th's-inches. We prefer to adjust it an eighth inch either way prior to shipping. Just call or text your size. Measure twice; buy once. Weight is 68-grams, or 2.4-ounces. Hallmarked "Ramona." Free USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.