Approx. Size: (Measured flat) L: 8"; W: 3" at palm; 3.5" at wrist. (4 button length)
Condition: Some white markings on fingers of one glove per final photo. No tears or rips.
One of a Kind Vintage Item – Buy Now
Stylish black leather gloves in soft calfskin. Top stitched chevron pattern on top of hand. This size is referred to as a shortie or 4 button glove.
To measure your glove size, take a tape measure and wrap it around the palm of your hand under the knuckle and above the the thumb. That number in inches is your glove size. If you are right-handed, measure your right hand. If you are left-handed, measure your left hand.
Large round Coro rhinestone bracelet in pastel colors of pink, yellow, green and blue.
Each round faceted stone is separated by a stylized S-shaped spacer.
Silver metal and rhodium backing really set off these sparkly rhinestones.
Very well made.
Fold-over clasp with safety chain.
Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger started Coro in1901 as a small accessories store on Broadway in New York City. The company officially changed it's name to Coro Inc., a combination of the two names, in 1943. Coro was once one of the largest costume jewelry companies in the world and employed many distinctive designers including Adolph Katz, design director; Gene Verecchio; Oscar Placco; Robert Geissmann and Massa Raimond. The company filed for bankruptcy in the late 1970s. Coro had a large number of jewelry lines. Check out the VJSE blog article on Coro and Vendome.
Sophisticated and simply beautiful, the AB coating really makes this brooch sparkle Approx. Size: 2.5" x 1.5" (6.5 x 4 cm) Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: Coro Get it before it’s gone
This Coro brooch in a teardrop shape has two rows of brilliant aurora borealis rhinestones with overlapping brushed gold metal detail in the center. Beautiful piece of cocktail jewelry. Looks fabulous on a hat.
Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger started Coro in1901 as a small accessories store on Broadway in New York City. The company officially changed its name to Coro Inc., a combination of the two names, in 1943. Coro was once one of the largest costume jewelry companies in the world and employed many distinctive designers including Adolph Katz, design director; Gene Verecchio; Oscar Placco; Robert Geissmann and Massa Raimond. The company filed for bankruptcy in the late 1970s. Coro had a large number of jewelry lines. Check out the VJSE blog article on Coro and Vendome.
Fab & Funky, this white enamel flower brooch really pops. Approx. Size: 3" x 1.5" (7.5 x 4 cm) Mark/Label: Minor wear and small enamel chip are shown in the final photo. Condition: Very Good One of a kind - Get it before it's gone.
Vintage daisy brooch in white enamel on metal openwork petals. Petals are layered creating a very dimensional look. Bright green enamel stem and leaves add a great punch of color. Round thermoset plastic cabochon in the middle. Wonderful 70s flower power design.
Distinctive round cuff links in both gold and silver metal Approx. Size: 1" (2.5 cm) diameter Condition: Good, some wear commensurate with age. Mark/Label: Hickok Get it before it's gone
Distinctive round vintage cufflinks in both gold and silver metal. The top half is a raised pinstripe pattern in gold metal. The bottom half is brushed silver metal adding an interesting dimensional look. Each half has a shield of the alternate metal affixed to the face.
Striking abstract brooch from hardware Approx. Size: 4" x 2" (at widest) (10 x 5 cm) Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: None Get it before it's gone
Take disparate pieces of metal - disks, a spring, a nut and a ring, put them together and voilà you have a beautiful brooch. Gold, silver and burgundy matte painted metal. Part of Madge's personal collection.
The apple green set against bright white i geometric shapes make this piece a stunner. Approx. Size: 43" Condition: Very good. Some greening on clasp. Mark/Label: None One of kind Vintage - Get it before it's gone.
Striking 1960s vintage necklace with thermoplastic green and white interlocking circles with cylindrical and round spacers. Long enough to double around the neck. Spring ring clasp. Wonderful geometric necklace with a 60s atomic look.
Fun chunky necklace right out of the 1960s. Approx. Size: 21" (53 cm), red beads range up to 3/4" (2 cm) square Condition: Minor wear commensurate with age. Mark/Label: None. One of a kind - Get it before it's gone.
Red thermoset beaded statement necklace
Squarish beads in various sizes are stacked between small white beads.
Called Sparkling Leaf, this modernist design is in gold metal with an interesting nubby texture.
Abstract leaf vintage brooch in gold metal.
Rhinestones are round and navette shaped.
Stones are suspended in the middle of the mounting for extra shine.
Shiny gold metal edge for extra flair.
The Emmons Jewelry Co. & Sarah Coventry. Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterward, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc.
Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.
Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.
Stunning pair of clip earrings loaded with green beads in abstract shapes. Approx. Size: 1" (2.5 cm) diameter. Condition: Very good. Mark/Label: None. One of a kind vintage item - Get it before it's gone.
A stunning pair of clip earrings loaded with green beads in abstract shapes.
The round cluster of lighter green is bisected by a triangle of darker green beads.