Master silversmith Sunshine Reeves is a household name in the Navajo jewelry world. He crafts intricate, crisp, vibrant pieces. This wide Navajo cuff has 33 red coral settings surrounded by what makes Sunshine Reeves one of the top Navajo makers: lots of time-consuming hand stamping. It weighs nearly four ounces (113-grams, or 3.99-ounces); is two-inches wide and fits a medium woman's wrist circumference—including the "gap" in the cuff—of 6 and 5/8's-inches. Jewelry like this is what we believe sets High Plains Jewelry apart from the myriad of other dealers of (or purported dealers of) Native American jewelry. With pieces like this one by Sunshine Reeves, the Drifter strives to present the art form in true fashion--not as mere products or bling jewelry, but instead with reverence to history and homage to the artist. Always complimentary Priority shipping within the U.S.