Today we are happy to offer for sale an elegant and graceful vintage CORO gold-tone parure! Coro jewelry, Cohn & Rosenberger, was founded in New York by Emanuel Cohn & Carl Rosenberger in 1901/1902 & incorporated in 1913. A factory was established in Providence, RI in 1911. With offices or plants in New York & Providence; at times they had a presence in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Toronto, England and Mexico. Cohn died in 1910, but the name remained Cohn & Rosenberger. The corporate name “Coro” was adopted in 1943. Rosenberger died in 1957, & his son Gerald, who succeded him, died in 1967. The company was closed by 1979. This refined set is finely crafted of gold-tone metal, and is composed of necklace, pair of earrings, brooch/pin, and bracelet! All pieces features the fine craftsmanship and style characterized by Coro. The fashionable and understated design features a chunky chain-link style design; each piece of the chain link features eight small flowers in a cluster. The necklace is adjustable, and the bracelet features a safety chain. The earrings are clip-on. The set is in very good vintage condition, with very minor wear and minimal loss to plating from being worn a handful of times. This parure will look just stunning paired with a St John or Chanel suit! A refined set for a refined woman of taste! Fresh to the market!
Necklace (unclasped): 17-3/8″ in length x 1/2″ in width
Earrings: 7/8″ in diameter
Brooch: 1-7/8″ in diameter
Bracelet (unclasped): 7-1/2″ in length x 3/4″ in width