This a classic, old and rare Coro piece, unmarked but confirmed to be Coro. This beautiful necklace is an early 1940's Coro piece, and can be found on the Coro Design Patent website...a coveted Coro treasure! Patent#123210, 1940, signed by Adolph Katz. What a gorgeous piece for spring & summer!
Pastel blue, pink and yellow half sphere, vintage moonglow cabochons are prong set and open-backed, placed between green enameled leaves and links.
Necklace is 15 1/4" inches of wearable length – choker length for most women. The clasp is old style, with a double face daisy style flower.
Necklace condition is very good to excellent, with slight yellowing to the rhinestones, which is largely expected for a Coro piece of this age. One leaf has one small edge scratch to the enameling, only notable upon close inspection. This is a rare Coro piece...Collectors rejoice!
Item ID: RL-3625
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