Generously long and definitely mod, this Erika Hult de Corral necklace is a minimalist little treasure! Not only does it wear like a dream - for me it is the epitome of "less-is-more", except for the luscious greens that make the polished stone centering it a treat for the eye. This is a pre-1980 example of her work and quite versatile since you can easily wear it with that classy black dress or have it casually adorn your favorite worn T-shirt. The necklace measures 21 1/2" long and its width varies between 1" at center front and 1/4" at its narrowest, on either side of the clasp. It weighs 60.3 grams and is signed with de Corral's signature as shown as well as "TAXCO" and des. no 130; on the back of the clasp's box there is also an Eagle 3 assay mark (I apologize for having failed to photograph it but it's there? which dates the necklace in the 1960s-70s. In excellent vintage condition, with unusually generous length, a beautiful stone and patina, with no damage or repairs noted.