As noted in other postings on this site of Elvira Bill's creations, she is the daughter of famous Navajo silversmiths Emerson Bill and Nora Tahe-Bill. Elvira has long-since graduated out of the shadow of her famous parents. She is an expert at the art of stamping heavy-gauge silver as evidenced here. The turquoise appears to be from one of her favorite turquoise mines—Turquoise Mountain. This piece is 1.5-inches wide and fits a wrist circumference (including the "gap" in the cuff) of 6.5-inches, which is a woman's medium. Weight is a 5.34-ounces! Hallmarked "Elvira Bill."