This 1.75-inch wide cuff has a thick, eighth-inch bezel and deep hand-stamping. That, and the bright blue Kingman turquoise stone makes for an eye-catching piece of very traditional Navajo art. What a difference a thick, massive bezel makes. 'Harkens back to yesteryear. The total inside circumference—including the 'gap'—is 6.5-inches. The gap itself is 1.25-inches (included in the total measurement). It has good gauge Sterling silver, and it's ever-so-slightly convex on the inside curvature (which makes it fit more comfortably over one's wrist bone). The buyer should have a total circumference (measured completely around the wrist bone) of 6 and 3/8th's inches to 6.75-inches—as it could possibly be stretched outward a bit, but it will not move inward any further. However, the slightly convex nature of the band will allow for a 6 and 3/8th's wrist size. Measure twice; buy once. We believe in buying cuffs to fit—not bending cuffs to fit. We simply veer from dealing in thin-gauge, cheaply-made cuffs that bend easily, anyway. This cuff weighs a very respectable 96.3-grams, or 3.4-ounces. It is hallmarked "EBC," with the "B" stamped in a larger font than the E and B. This cuff is quite a value. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.