In the 1950’s, Coro produced this set, which was sold exclusively through a shop in Knott’s Berry Farms in California as souvenirs.
This is a highly detailed set featuring alternating shades of dark and light acorns in resplendent gold tone. Bracelet has six stations. Each acorn is nestled within a bezel border and has a very well deeply defined pattern that tops off each acorn. Sprigs of leaves accompany each nut. The acorns have the appearance of real wood patterns. Nice detailing, even on the fold over clasp.
Necklace measures 15” in length and is 5/8” wide. Bracelet measures 7-1/8’ X JUST OVER 1”. Condition is excellent vintage. The only wear to be seen is on the underside of the clasp. Laid flat bracelet measures 7” L x just over 1” W. To fit comfortably, your wrist should be under 7”. My wrist is 6-3/4” and it fits pretty comfortable, but it is on the snug side. It won’t drape down towards the hand more than shown in the photo. Earrings are 1-1/4” L x 7/8” W.
Other than the little bit of wear on the back of the bracelet clasp, all pieces look like new. Metal is gleaming, even on all the backs. If it appears that they are not even toned and truly done in shiny gold tone, it’s just reflections. This set looks great.