A great modernist piece from Taxco by Erika Hult de Corral (Ric). Abstract in design, with clean contoured lines reminiscent of modern Scandinavian pieces, this sterling silver bracelet is handmade. Composed of three concave rectangular panels with one bezel set tiger's eye gem stone at each center. The bracelet closes with a box and tongue closure with a firm click. Erika Hult De Corral, also known by her signature "RIC" studied at the Paris affiliate of New York Parson's school of design. Then worked in Taxco for both Enrique Ledesma and Sigi Pineda before moving to Puerto Vallarta where she opening her own shop in 1966. Most of her early work is stamped with Taxco's eagle 3. This piece, stamped with her early mark prior to her script RIC: 925, RIC, eagle 3 mark, Taxco and Hecho en Mexico. Bracelet will fit a larger wrist. When open it measures 7-3/4" in length. When closed 7.5". The inside circumference of bracelet is just shy of 8" (the concave aspect enlarges it). Each panel is 2-3/8" by 3/4" or 1" If you calculate the added top section coming from the tiger's eye. It is a great example of Erika De Corral's workmanship, this bracelet would suit either sex with its clean abstract lines! Bracelet is in excellent vintage condition, no defects to the silver, stones or clasp.