This stunningly attractive Navajo cuff is a little out of our wheelhouse. It's a little lighter gauge Sterling than we like, but Ray Delgarito did everything right on this cuff otherwise. And heck, all you that favor shaping cuffs to fit—here's one that will lend itself somewhat to that otherwise ill-advised practice. It sports a cheery, sky-blue Turquoise Mountain stone that is framed on either side by wavy, reverse-stamped repousse' silverwork, along with a Sterling rope surround and ten Sterling 'stars.' Total inside circumference—including the one-inch 'gap'—is 6.5-inches. But it can, indeed, be adjusted inward ('til the gap becomes too narrow) or outward by maybe a half-inch, max. Thus, it can fit someone with a total wrist circumference (measured around the wristbone) from 6 and 3/8th's up to 7-inches. Weight is 40-grams, or 1.4-ounces. Hallmarked with a smaller "R" inside of a larger "D." Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.