$ 1,495.00

1939 Coro "Carmen Miranda" Rhinestone Gold-Plated Bracelet

One of the rarest pieces of costume jewelry
Approx. Size: Interior Dimension - 2.25" (5.7 cm); Width - 1.50" (4 cm)
Condition: Very good, no dead stones, very minor wear on the inside
Mark/Label: This piece is unmarked.  A matching brooch was made with Trademark #13 as a mark.
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  • The famous gold-plated clamper bracelet by Coro made in 1939.  
  • Dubbed the Carmen Miranda, this large openwork bracelet features large rhinestone camellias and daises with glass cabochon centers in red, blue and green.  
  • Rhinestone pave petals surround the cabochon centers with green enameled leaves hanging on the gold stems.  
  • This bracelet is very dimensional with each camelia sticking out almost 1/2 inch.
  • Tab closure has three rhinestones on the top.  
  • Carmen Miranda stacked two of these on her arm during the Cuanto La Gusta dance number in the 1949 movie A Date With Judy.

 

 

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 for a great article on Coro and Vendome.

 

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$ 35.00

1950s Coro Choker Necklace, Brushed Silver Leaves

Classic silver leaf necklace by Coro.
Approx. Size: 18" (45.5 cm)
Condition: Very good
Mark/Label: Coro
Only one -  Get it before it’s gone.

  • Silver link necklace.
  • Each link is a collection of brushed silver leaves.
  • This is one of Coro's most classic and timeless designs.
  • Dresses up or down.
  • Perfect necklace for your wedding.
  • Hook clasp.
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 for a great article on Coro and Vendome.

 

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$ 25.00

1950s Coro Rhinestone & Silver Bracelet

Luxurious rhinestone bracelet by noted costume jewelry company Coro.
Approx. Size: 6.5" x .5" (16.5 x 12.5 cm). 
Condition: Very good, no dead stones. 
Mark/Label: Coro. 
Vintage item - Get it before it’s gone.

  • Large round sparkling rhinestones.
  • Set in a bright floral silver metal setting.  
  • Very pretty bracelet.
  • Perfect for your vintage wedding.

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 for a great article on Coro and Vendome.

 

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$ 18.00

1950s Pastel Rhinestone Bracelet by Coro

Unique pastel rhinestone bracelet in tones pink, yellow, light blue and green
Approx. Size:  6" (15 cm) .
Condition: Very Good .
Mark/Label: Coro ©. 
One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone. 
  • 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.

 

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$ 22.00

Mid Century Coro Aurora Borealis Rhinestone Brooch

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
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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.

 

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Vintage 1940s Coro Victorian Revival Black Mourning Cameo

This Victorian revival brooch from Coco is breathtaking in its detail.
Approx. Size: 2" x 1.75" (5 x 4.5 cm) 
Condition: Very good
Mark/Label: Coro, design patent # 121349
One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
  • Oval black glass vintage cameo from Coro set in a gold metal rectangular "picture frame" setting.
  • Small ring of pearl beading around the outside of the cameo.
  • Wear as a brooch or hang from your favorite strand of pearls.
  • Design patent number is dates from 1940. 

  

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