This cuff is a heck of a value at under $500. It has big, beautiful No. 8 Mine turquoise framed by tasteful and time-consuming reverse-stamped repousse'—and, the maker comes from a family of well-known Navajo jewelry artisans. It's got everything except an exorbitant price. The total inside circumference of this Delgarito cuff—including the 'gap'—is 6 and 3/8th's-inches. It could be nudged ever-so-slightly (we prefer to make adjustments PRIOR to shipping—so call or text us), but for a perfect fit the wearer should have a total wrist circumference between 6.25-inches to 6.5-inches, measured around the wrist bone. Tailor's cloth measuring tapes can be purchased at Dollar-type stores for about a dollar. Having one is crucial when ordering jewelry on-line. Native jewelry should fit properly, and not be bent to try to make it fit properly. It is 2 and 1/8th-inches across lengthwise, and 1 and 5/8th's inches across the top widthwise. Weight is 62-grams, or 2.18-ounces. Hallmarked. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority box.