This beautiful and unusual 1960's necklace features twenty-seven little semi-circle flower-like drops with faux pearl center surrounded by a frame of aurora borealis aspirin shaped Swarovski crystals all strung on a strand of round AB crystals. Signed Vendome on the adjustable hook clasp, it measures 25 1/2" - 28" long. It is in excellent condition with no damage or wear. This necklace is a very hard-to-find Vendome piece that will be the centerpiece of any outfit, even a wedding dress.
Created by Coro, and named for the chic and fashionable Place de Vendome, this line was designed to capture the elegance of post-war Paris. Vendome was known for its quality materials and intricate metalwork. Coro was a partnership between Emanuel Cohn, ‘Co’ and Gerald Rosenberg ‘ro.’ It began producing jewelery in New York in 1901 and continued until the 1970s. The marks it used included Coro, Coro Craft (later Corocraft) and Vendome.