Daniel "Sunshine" Reeves is a revered Navajo artisan at the top of his game. His work is traditional and excellent. He won "Best of Show" at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market AND the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial, and his pieces have been displayed at the Heard and Peabody Museums. His work has been commanding high prices for a good while now. This excellent cuff is indeed a bargain—as are most of our offerings (since the majority of our inventory was acquired long before the dramatic price increases of late). It will only gain in value. Reeves chooses his own stones and he chooses wisely. The alluring Royston turquoise he chose for this cuff is eye-catching. The total inside circumference—including the gap in the cuff—is 6 and 5/8th's-inches. So the wearer needs to have a wrist circumference (measured around the wristbone) of 6.5-inches to 6.75-inches. Absolutely no more or no less. This is a trophy piece. Treat it like one and don't buy it with the intention of bending it. Others may suggest 'gentle' bending but we don't. Buy it to fit—not to bend. Width of this treasure is a hair shy of 1 and 1/8th-inches throughout. Weight is 69-grams, or 2.42-ounces. Hallmarked "SUNSHINE REEVES" in all caps. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.