This cuff made by masterful Navajo artisan Robert Shakey is another in a series of cuffs we used sell at shows that are now offered at a true sale price. At the time, we were endeavoring to offer something for everybody, and cuffs like this, though lightweight, still embodied quality—while also being inexpensive. With the advent of our website in 2014, we limited our offerings to heavier-gauge, more expensive pieces. So cuffs like this have been languishing in a drawer for almost 10 years. The old price on the back of this cuff was $225. Anyway, the total inside circumference of this cuff is 6-inches exactly (including a 1 and 1/8th's-inch gap). It's flexible, so it can be adjusted at least a quarter-inch smaller, and maybe that much larger —but care must be taken to ensure the gap does not become too great. Weight of the cuff is 29.5-grams, or 1.03-ounces. It has a nice- looking greenish-hued Kingman Mine turquoise cabochon and graceful scalloped bezeling. The face of this cuff is 1.25-inches across lengthwise. Hallmarked "ROBERT SHAKEY." Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.