Early Coro Bracelet with Bezel Set Colorful Glass Stones
This is a very early bracelet by Coro, most likely early to mid 1940's. It is set with lots of colorful glass stones in sawtoothed bezel settings. The "sawtoothing" (not sure that is a real term!) is very tiny giving it the appearance of real jewelry. The colors, blue, red and turquoise used are reminiscent of the Moghul (or Mogul) jewelry that was so popular at that time. It is very well crafted.
Measurements: the inner circumference is 7 1/4" and has a very secure push-type clasp. The band of the bracelet is 1" and the medallion measures 2" x 2".
All stones are in place and look very good, with the exception of a small chip in one of the oval turquoise stones. There is no wear visible on the brass toned metal.