Old-style Navajo cuff with No. 8 Mine turquoise by master silversmith Gilbert Tom. #1477

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This dynamite old-style patina cuff sports a beautiful (and expensive) No. 8 Mine turquoise stone.  And, it is made by a premier Navajo artisan.  Inside circumference is 6 and 7/8th's.  The single-stone construction lends to adjusting somewhat—but not too much (ever).  A wrist circumference (all the way around the wrist where it will be worn) of 6.75-inches to seven inches will be fine.  Measure twice; buy once.  If you haven't already acquired a cloth tailor's tape measure, go to a dollar-type store and pick-up one up for a buck.  It will be the best dollar you have spent lately if you intend on purchasing jewelry online.  Contrary to what some dealers would like you to believe, these Native cuffs are NOT one size fits all.  One should never have to bend his or her cuff to put it on or take it off.  Anyway, this beauty is 1.75-inches across at the longest part at the top, and 1 and 3/8's inches wide.  Weight is 54-grams, or 1.9-ounces.  Hallmarked "Gilbert Tom."  Always complimentary shipping within the U.S.