Tommy Lowe is a Navajo who does Zuni Pueblo-type work. And he does it well. His settings are noticeably deeper than most, and his silver work is more crisp than most. This one has a ton of settings with real stones, not compressed, 'block' turquoise. Tommy Lowe's pieces are consistently high quality. We used to see more of his work than now, and have had quite a few of his stunning cluster cuffs. We've had this one at least ten years—stashed-away with other pieces we deemed worthy of holding-on to for awhile (since this type of quality seemed to be declining); got it out of a trading post pawn vault. Look closely at the stones and you can see a few taking-on a greenish hue from age. They'll all be green someday. This one weighs 61.7-grams, or 2.18 ounces. The wearer's total wrist circumference needs to be about 6.5-inches. With all these settings, a person doesn't want to be bending them out of shape in order to make it fit. You shouldn't be doing that for any Native cuff. It is for a medium-small, 6.5-inch wrist circumference. Measure twice; buy once. Tommy Lowe stamped his name plainly on the back. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.