Love, love, love this pair of vibrant, goldtone Corocraft earrings dating from the 1960s.
As you can see, these beauties have a lot of amazing texture. We think they look a bit like sea anemones.
Each earring is characterized by dozens of branch-like arms that burst outward in all directions forming a three-dimensional dome shape.
All of these tiny goldtone branches have a twisted or "cabled" look which gives the earrings that luscious textural quality.
Six bezel-set colorless rhinestones decorate the outer edge and center of each earring while tiny blue rhinestones and turquoise-blue seed beads dance around the middle.
One earring is missing a turquoise-colored seed bead, though the reservoir has been painted a matching color so as to make this barely noticeable.
You will find an applied placard on the reverse of both earrings which reads "©Corocraft".
Simple hinge-clips will make your new earrings comfortable to wear and easy to display. A mark on the underside of each clip reads ""Pat 2809501".
The obverse side of both earrings show only a few light specks of immaterial verdigris. With little wear and the one exception of the missing tiny seed bead, these fun and fashionable earrings remain in good vintage condition.
Measurements: Earrings are 1 1/8" in diameter and 7/8" deep (10 grams each) Total Weight: 20 grams (0.7 oz)