Considering the heft, quality and pedigree, this cuff is almost free. Award-winning Navajo artisan Ernest Roy Begay is a very, very respected master silversmith whose art is quite in demand. He won "Best of Show" and "Best of Ceremony" (as well as other awards) in the prestigious 'Gallup Intertribal Indian Ceremony' held at the magnificent Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater on the Navajo Rez. He doesn't mess around—most of his pieces are big, bold, substantial works of wearable art. This cuff weighs 166.6-grams, or 5.88-ounces! It is 2.75-inches lengthwise across the top, and just shy of 2.5-inches across the top widthwise. It sports a big 'ol chunk of blue Kingman, Arizona turquoise. The artisan created a satiny, old-style patina on the Sterling except for a darkened Sterling rope-surround circling the bezel. He added four pieces of elegant, reverse-stamped repousse'—two on either side. Total inside circumference is 6 and 7/8th's-inches, which means the wearer must have a wrist size—measured completely around the wrist bone—of 6.75-inches to 7-inches. Measure twice; buy once. It is too thick and strong to bend. Besides, one wouldn't want to be do so anyway on a nice cuff of this caliber. Wear it to the National Finals rodeo, or to Carnegie Hall. Take the Drifter along if you like—he cleans-up nicely. Hallmarked "ERB," stamped in an arc. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.