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Signed CORO Costume Jewelry
Vintage Coro Craft Topaz and Jonquil Rhinestone 1955 La Reine Brooch: This elegant La Reine design from Coro dates from 1955. The brooch features gold plated ribbons, alternating twisted and smooth, and gathered at all for corners with a large rhinestone medallion. Each medallion features an oval golden topaz foil back rhinestone surrounded with the palest of yellow rhinestones. The brooch is in wonderful condition on the front, the back only has one tiny spo of plating loss. A large piece, this brooch measures 3 by 1 3/4". It is signed Coro Craft with the pegasus mark, and pat pending.
Vintge Coro Sterlingcraft Art Nouveau Style Water Lily Necklace and Bracelet Set: This very hard to find set from Coro is crafted in sterling silver links, each panel individually cast and linked together. The motif of the water lily has an art nouveau flair, but the set dates from the 40's when Coro and other makers were working in silver. The set is beautifully made, the bracelet measuring 7 1/2 by 1", the necklace measuring 16 1/4" with the old style "thumbless" spring ring clasp. The necklace has five panels and the bracelet has six panels. The condition is wonderful, with both pieces in the set being marked Strerlingcraft by Coro.
Vintage Coro Asian Water Carrier Man and Woman Chatelaine Brooch: This iconic vintage piece from Coro features an Asian water carrier with his rhinestone "buckets" dangling from his pole, and his wife in her pants and jacket, also holding her rhinestone buckets. The gold tone metal is bright and in wonderful condition. Each piece has its own clasp. The man measures 1 7/8" by 1 1/2" and the woman 1 3/4 by 1 7/8". The man is marked Coro with a faint Pegasus mark. The shortest chain measures 7".
Vintage Coro Renaissance Rhinestone Bracelet Heraldic Antelope Cherub Soldier: This hard to find vintage Coro bracelet features a book chain bracelet set with individual links. The bracelet has a wonderful Renaissance design with heraldic motifs, including a leaping antelope on both sides, a cherub with a bow, and a soldier with ornate helmet. The smaller links feature two teardrop shaped purple rhinestone with a small faux pearl in the center. The larger links are accented with purple chaton rhinestones and faux pearls. The bracelet is in excellent condition, the rhinestones bright and sparkling and the faux pearls glowing white. The bracelet measures 7 1/4 by 1 1/4". It is signed Coro Pegasus des pat pend.
Vintage Coro Wide AB Rhinestone Bracelet: This vintage Coro bracelet features a lovely textured design in pale gold plated metal accented with large, sparkling AB rhinestones. This bracelet will fit a larger wrist, measuring 8" long by 1" wide. The fold-over clasp is tight and secure and the bracelet retains its original safety clasp. The bracelet is signed Coro with the Pegasus mark. I have the same design in a necklace set with red AB rhinestones.
Vintage Signed Coro Enamel Flower Basket Brooch: This hard to find vintage brooch from Coro features an ornate flower basket enameled in light blue and set with sparkling rhinestones. The focal point is the high dome glass cabochon pink flower, set with tiny rhinestones. Pink, yellow and blue enamel flowers cascade from the right side of the basket, accented with dark green enamel leaves and yet more rhinestones. This older Coro piece is in excellent condition for its age, with only a few darkened rhinestones and a few tiny spots of enamel wear. The pin back is tight and secure, the pot metal on the back shows little to no wear. The brooch is signed Coro in script and measures 2 1/8 by 2 1/4".
Vintage Sterling Craft Coro Enamel Bee Fur Clip with Flowers: This charming vintage enamel fur clip from the 1940's is one half of a Coro duette clip. There were many variations made of the bees, but this one has a lovely bouquet of pink flowers. The details are amazing! The pale yellow wings are delicately brushed with colorful veining. The bee is adorned with rows of sparkling rhinestones, the top of the wings and many on the body are replacements due to the piece losing stones over time. The enamel is in very good shape, but much of the black has worn off the legs. The clip is crafted in gold plated sterling. There is normal plating wear to the back of the clip. The clip measures 1 7/8 by 1 3/8" and is signed Sterling Craft Coro. This little charmer is so much prettier than my pictures show!
Vintage Signed Coro Blue Molded Mellon Glass Necklace and Earring Set: This stunning signed Coro necklace and earring set features silver tone metal set with glorious molded "melon glass" cabochons in the most electric color of iridescent blue, with purple rolling across each stone as the light hits it. Small sparkling blue AB cabochons weave between each cabochon. The necklace is adjustable to 16 1/2" and the matching clip back earrings measure 1 1/2 by 1". There is the tiniest amount of normal wear to the back of the earrings and necklace. All pieces are signed Coro(c).
Vintage Coro Pink Moon Glow Lucite with Enamel & Rhinestones Duette Clip: This gorgeous vintage 1941 Coro Duette Brooch/Clips from Gene Verrecchio features two sizes of shimmering pale pink moon glow lucite cabochons accented with sparkling chaton rhinestones and darker pink enamel painted ribbons, all set in silver tone metal. These pieces are amazing! The two dress clips slip off the brooch frame to wear separately, and the frame mechanism is in perfect condition. The brooch measures 3 by 1 1/4" when together. This piece is in wonderful condition, with no scratches on the lucite, no wear to the enamel and bright sparkling rhinestones. These fabulous Coro duettes are getting harder to find with the duette frame. There are several patents on the back, for the frame and clips, and the patent number of the piece is 125171.
Vintage Coro 1941 Mrs. Bluebird Gene Verrecchio: This enchanting vintage brooch from Gene Verrecchio for Coro is called Mrs. Bluebird. She is crafted in silver tone metal with an opaque pink glass belly and delicate blue paint on her wings. The rhinestones that cap her wings sparkle and shine. The design carries the patent number 125976 from March 18, 1941, which you can find on the bottom of her long tail feather. She measures 2 by 3/4" and is in amazing condition. She is one of a pair, Mr. Bluebird sports a top hat and cane. I am still on the hunt for him!
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