Yet another collaborative piece where the Drifter chooses the stones and specifies the gauge of the Sterling silver, and Navajo master silversmith Gilbert Tom fashions the piece. No. 8 mine turquoise looks a lot like Dry Creek turquoise, and costs even more in most instances. This cuff has eleven nice-size pieces. The silver patina is Gilbert Tom's usual "old-style." It weighs 3.6 ounces and fits a wrist circumference of 6.75-inches—which is a woman's medium. Also, the Drifter just acquired a squash blossom necklace with cluster of No.8 mine turquoise. It will soon be posted in this category aa well.