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Huge Vintage Coro Pot Metal Rhinestone Leaf Frond Brooch: I love the 30's-40's pot metal pieces, and this brooch from Coro is a beauty! Large and in charge, the rhinestone frond design has a slight curve and is embellished with a pave' set rhinestone bow. Some of the stones have darkened slightly over time, but the brooch has great sparkle and is much brighter than my pictures show. The bright silver tone finish is in excellent condition. The brooch is a very nice size measuring 4 by 1 1/4". Signed with the Coro script mark.
Unusual Vintage Coro Layered Rhinestone Leaf Brooch: Although the leaf motif has been done in a myriad of designs and styles, this brooch from Coro is one of the most unusual and interesting variations I have seen! Crafted in two layers of silver tone metal, the bottom layer is set with a myriad of sparkling clear navette rhinestones. The stones are foiled but in open back settings. The top layer is a freeform open work design of swirls and loops, dimensional in its own right, which further enhances the rhinestones. A double stem finishes off the leaf. This piece is very difficult to photo! Trust me when I say it's a stunner! The brooch is in excellent condition, measures 2 3/4 by 1 5/8" and is signed Coro.
Vintage 1940's Coro Woman Walking Borzoi Dog Chatelaine Brooch: This vintage 1948 Coro brooch was designed by Adolph Katz. The chatelain brooch features an art deco style lady holding her hat in the wind as her skirt swirls. She is holding the leash of a Borzoi dog, a breed especially beloved in the 1920's. The silver tone metal is in excellent condition. The lady measures 2 1/2 by 3" and the dog measures 2 by 1 1/2". Both pieces are signed Coro Pegasus.
Vintage Coro 1940's Ribbed Flower Basket Rhinestone Brooch: This lovely 1940's figural basket brooch from Coro features a wide ribbed flower basket or flower pot with an explosion of leaves and rhinestone set flowers. The stones have been replaced with the correct colors and sizes, it came to me with smaller AB rhinestones, which would never have been in this piece. I love the red/pink/orange color scheme. The brooch measures 2 by 2" and is signed Coro( script).
Vintage CoroCraft Silver Tone Oak Leaf Rhinestone Brooch: Beautiful signed CoroCraft open work oak leaf brooch in glowing silver tone metal. The rib of the leaf features pave’ set graduated rhinestones. The leaf is adorned with sparkling baguette rhinestones. The brooch measures 2 1/4 by 1 1/4” and is signed CoroCraft.
Vintage Coro 1952 Black Beauty Hinged Bracelet Enamel Pearl: This lovely vintage hinged bracelet from Coro is from the 1952 Black Beauty series and featured in a Coro ad. The domed bracelet is enameled in black and embellished with a lovely Victorian style design in gold tone metal encrusted with faux pearls in various sizes. The bangle hinges on each side making this an extremely easy bracelet to wear. It is in excellent condition with only a few slight scuffs, mentioned for accuracy. The bracelet fits a small to medium wrist with interior measurements of 2 1/4 by 1 3/4". I personally love wearing bracelets with an oval profile as they fit the wrist quite nicely! Signed with the Coro Pegasus mark.
Vintage CoroCraft Blue Molded Glass Flower Bouquet Brooch: Stunning and unusual vintage brooch from CoroCraft featuring a trio of molded pressed glass flowers in marbled sky blue. Each flower is centered with gold tone filigree framing a sparkling rhinestone. Brushed gold tone leaves and twisted flower stems complete the picture. The brooch is in excellent condition and measures 3 by 2". Signed Corocraft.
Enchanting Vintage Coro Starburst Brooch Pink Blue Rhinestones: This lovely vintage brooch from Coro features a layered starburst design set with aqua blue and intense pink rhinestones. The construction of this little beauty is excellent, the rhinestones brilliant and sparkling. The brooch although not a large piece has plenty of impact. The brooch is signed Coro in script and measures 1 1/2"
Coro Gilt Sterling Rhinestone Sword Dagger Brooch: This lovely vintage sterling sword or dagger brooch from Coro features a large emerald green rhinestone and faux pearl on the hilt, with the blade adorned with jewel tone rhinestones and small clear chatons. The gold gilt metal is in excellent condition, the prong set rhinestones bright and sparkling. The green marquise at the top has a bit of foil loss, other than that, the brooch is in excellent condition. The sword is marked sterling, a bad strike. This is a well known Coro design. The strike is missing.
Coro Sterling Jelly Belly Turtle Fur Clip Brooch: It’s turtle time! This adorable and hard to find authentic Coro sterling jelly belly fur clip/brooch is looking for a new home! The Adolph Katz patent is from May 1, 1945, #141,073. In wonderful condition, he is crafted in gold plated sterling silver. His clear lucite belly is adorned with seven sparkling rhinestones. Sparkling clear rhinestones are set in sections around his shell and the back of his head, his eyes are tiny blue rhinestones. He was originally half of a duette clip, which Coro referred to as “separatable brooches”. Fully signed, this amazing piece is signed sterling on the fur clip, Coro on one side of his shell and sterling ( a poor strike) on the other side of his shell. He measures 1 3/4 by 7/8". The clip holds securely.
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