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A very unique pair of CORO signed clip on earring! A textured raised center stone in plum is set among smaller rhinestones and beads in shades of green, rose and plum. Wrapped around each setting are three tiny gold toned leaves. Absolutely beautiful!

Measures 1 inch in diameter

The CORO jewelry company started doing business about 1900. Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger established the accessories boutique Cohn and Rosenberger in New York City, which was later shortened to Coro. It was the largest of all costume jewelry manufactures. The top of their line was Coro Craft with Coro in script and with the Pegasus emblem in block or out side of block. Later the top of the line would become Vendome, and they could compete with some of the most famous manufactures of costume jewelry. Adolf Katz was the leader or head of the company and had many designer's doing work for Coro. They became famous for duettes, tremblers, door knocker and crown pins they produced. The Coro company went out of business in 1979 after 80 years of making costume jewelry.

Vintage Jewelry Vintage Earrings clip on CORO signed plum green stones and jewels gold toned fall jewelry


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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