The Drifter can rely on Chimney Butte to make nice, smaller wrist-size cuffs—sometimes referred-to here as "supermodel wrist sizes." This one is pretty small at a 5 and 7/8's wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff). The design is a variation of Chimney Butte's fascination with the nighttime sky. It weighs a very respectable 3.5-ounces, and is another example of High Plains Jewelry's effort to put forth substantial works of wearable art—not flimsy, lightweight curios stuff. Width is 1 and 3/8th's and has two hallmarks—one is "Chimney Butte" which is hand-etched, and the other is a Native design with the name "Jennifer Lynn Correa." The Drifter bought it from Chimney Butte and the subject of the dual hallmarks wasn't discussed. Presumably Chimney Butte created the design and Jennifer Correa smithed it. Look for an update on this later.