Nice, real nice. Classy too. And very classic. Look at those hand-worked edges! 'Billboard stuff along old Route 66 ('still see a few billboards with these type cuffs on I-40 between Albuquerque, NM and Flagstaff, AZ). Cuffs like these look equally well on men or women. That 3rd pic is a fleeting glimpse of the Drifter (we can't afford models!). This cuff has nine good-sized Sleeping Beauty stones with no cracks or fissures. And if you squint real hard and use a bit of imagination, they appear to be on the way to taking-on that sought-after greenish hue. We acquired this cuff out of a long-established and respected trading post's pawn case. And as such it's not hallmarked ('cuz it wasn't made to be marketed). The Dine' (Navajo) didn't stamp identifying marks until white traders began insisting on such in the 1930's/40's as a selling tool). And some still don't when the piece is intended for their own use. Anyway, total inside circumference here is 7 and 1/8th's-inches—including the 1.25-inch 'gap.' It will fit someone with a 7 to a 7.25-inch wrist (measured around the wrist bone). The Drifter's wrist in the 3rd pic is 7.25-inch. Don't buy nice cuffs to bend them to a different size. Oft times the result isn't pretty. Measure twice; buy once. Weight here is 92-grams, or 2.96-ounces. Width across the top is 1 and 5/16th's-inches before tapering to 1-inch on each end.