Tommy Singer, R.I.P., designed this quintessential cuff nearly a half-century ago. His widow, Rosita, and his daughter Charlene and son-in-law, Allen, employ the same tools and templates that Tommy so masterfully used for decades prior to his passing to the other side. Wild mustangs roamed (and still do) the land on the Arizona side of the Navajo Rez where Tommy grew-up and spent his entire life. Tommy managed to capture those steeds' alert poise and their high-energy, lifted tails in flight in the design of this cuff. These magnificent wild horses have an unsurpassed ability to run full-speed, un-shod, across the rough, undulating high desert floor on the Navajo Reservation. Unknown to most, Tommy formed the "T&R Singer" brand prior to his passing, He gave the Drifter the little brochure-like card (see 4th photo) representing the change a full two-months prior to his untimely passing. At the time, Tommy expressed his intention to fully include Rose in the operation of his jewelry business. This piece is identical to what Tommy Singer himself created except for the hallmark. The total inside circumference—including the 'gap'—is 6 and 5/8th's-inches. So it will fit someone with a 6.5-inch to a 6.75-inch wrist circumference (measured around the wrist bone) perfectly. It is 1 and 1/16th-inches wide and has a convex curvature (it is not flat). Weight is 39.6-grams, or 1.395-ounces. Hallmarked "T&R Singer." Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.