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Coro Necklace, Bracelet and Earings from my Grandmother

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Posted 3 years ago

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These were in a box of a bunch of costume jewelry. It says Coro but I am not sure when it was made. Any ideas would be appreciated it.

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  1. jennieMB jennieMB, 3 years ago
    This is a book piece (costume jewelry 202 by Julia Carroll), page 130. Late 50's. They show the bracelet, earrings, and brooch... but not the necklace.
  2. dawnquiett, 3 years ago
    Thanks for your help but it is a CORO piece.
    Coro, a partnership between Emanuel Cohn (the "Co") and Gerald Rosenberg (the "ro"), began producing jewelry in New York in 1901 and continued through the 1970s under the marks Coro, Coro Craft (later Corocraft), and Vendome, among others. Although Vendome was the company's high-end line, some of the most sought-after pieces today are the Coro pieces, especially the Duettes, the company produced in the 1930s and 1940s. The logos match up. I would love to find a way to restore the missing pieces
  3. dawnquiett, 3 years ago
    I misunderstood. I would love to see the set in the book. I have the necklace, bracelet and the earrings. I have a bunch of other pieces. Some that I am not sure if it is bakelight or not. I am going to post some more picture for help.

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