SALE PENDING This cuff has perfect repousse' stamping. Repousse" is the art of hammering-out a relief from the reverse side. Thus, the silversmith creates a hole in his or her workbench, and while holding the Sterling silver above that hole, a design is stamped into the silver. It is then flipped over—revealing the hammered design as a creative "bulge" in the silver. A lot can go wrong in the process. Anyway, this piece is museum-quality outstanding. The elegance of the silversmithing is complimented by beautiful Royston, Nevada turquoise. It is 2.5-inches across at the top and weighs 138 grams, or a whopping 4.88-ounces (that's right, no gimpy lightweight touristy stuff here!). Wrist circumference—including the "gap" in the cuff —is 6.5-inches, though it can be adjusted PRIOR to shipping by a quarter-inch either way. It is hallmarked, as usual, by a well-known Navajo artist. Call for further details. We no longer identify the maker on some of our offerings on the internet (which is a shame—but times have changed!). See additional pics of the listed cuff included with the posting. Always free Priority shipping within the U.S.