Coro glass hand fur clip from the 1940s. This magnificent item is the Coro Craft jeweled hand made out of a lovely sterling silver metal. The hand of course is composed of a sterling silver base metal which forms an elegant ladies hand. This hand is decorated with lovely accents including rhinestones and enameling. The wrist of the hand has a bracelet on it made up of a sterling silver metal decorated with white baguette cut gemstones and white rhinestones surrounding a center sapphire colored emerald cut gemstone. Moving up the hand to the ring finger we find a ring that is so nice being made up of a nice silver metal which holds four white rhinestones around a center white square brilliant cut gemstone. The finger tips are covered in red enameling and the back of the hand has a nice fur clip that holds great. The signature "Sterling" is on the back of the clip and there is also a rectangular cartouche signed "Coro Craft Sterling" with a Pegasus on the back side as well. This hand measures 2 5/8" long by 3/4" wide and a picture of the hand is featured in Julia C. Carroll's book entitled "Costume Jewelry 202" dating the piece to 1944. This hand is in fine condition having only a bit of scratching to the surface and some chipping to the red enameling but not enough to take from it's overall beauty and appearance. A wonderful Coro Craft sterling silver hand fur clip.