Nice detailed craftsmanship in this sterling silver cuff bracelet with turquoise stones. High quality handmade piece which was wrought by a master silversmith in Taxco, circa 1948. This cuff has a great look for daily wear, with jeans or a night out. Piece has good weight but very comfortable when worn. The focal point is composed of nine turquoise colored stones laid out in rows, with figure eight wire work in between. The maestro has cut into the silver giving the impression that one is wearing several bracelets at one time. I am not certain that the stone are genuine or not so I will err on the side of caution and not call them gem stones. Marked Mexico, Taxco, 925 eagle mark #3 and the maker's initials RR. The circumference of the cuff is just shy of 2.5" (63mm) wide at its widest point with a 1" (21mm) opening. It can be adjusted to fit the way you like it by gently compressing or spreading the opening. My wrist is 6.25 and it fits perfectly around it. Piece has good weight but very comfortable when worn.