This heavy (80.6 grams), older cuff bracelet is unmarked but tests sterling and is clearly of Native American manufacture. It is hand-hammered, and one can see the signs on the inner side of the cuff. There are three rows of well-matched, clear blue turquoises across the top of the bracelet, 21 stones altogether. One stone is cracked but it is hardly visible (I have tried to photograph it). This cuff will fit a woman's wrist; it has an inside diameter of 2 1/4" and an opening of 1 1/4." The width is 1 7/8." This stunning Navaho piece dates from mid-century.