Look at this fantastic vintage Coro brooch! It has iconic regal style and is a big, bold size.
Heraldic imagery is wildly stylish right now, but Coro style lasts forever. In fact, regal, heraldic jewelry never goes out of style.
They really hit the mark with this beauty; it features a gorgeous enamel shield at the center with inlaid symbols including a castle, lion and three fleur de lis.
This is applied at the center of a substantial array of bronze-colored "sunbursts" and topped off with a regal crown.
Three replica coins bearing the profile of King Charles X dangle from the bottom, giving the brooch sensual movement.
The reverse of the brooch as well as the reverse of the brooch component both bear the "Coro" hallmark in elegant script.
This Coro maker's mark in a unique script dates from 1919 and used to around 1935.
There is a really beautiful intentional patina covering the brooch, this gives it that fantastic aged look.
This would look fabulous on a chain and worn like a necklace. This gorgeous Coro brooch is wonderfully versatile and stylish.
This is such a beautiful, substantial piece of Coro in a wonderful design style.
It is definitely wearable, but, better yet, it is a must have for any collector of vintage designer costume jewelry.
Measurements: 2 ¾" tall, 1 ¼" wide, 3/8" deep Weight: 22.2 grams (0.78 oz)