Adorable and ready to roam ORA's trio of elephants, trunks up for good luck, remind us that regardless of political predilections we're all in this together. Richly plated in platinum toned rhodium, the elephants' bodies are paved with brilliant clear chaton rhinestones, each set with a red rhinestone eye.
ORA, founded in 1921 by Oreste Agnini and Ralph Singer was bought out by the latter in 1953 morphing into the Ralph Singer Jewelry Company. Some research indicates that ORA supplied the rhinestone clips and pins Eisenberg adorned it's dresses with. The ORA mark was first used in the late '40s and is often associated with the Shreiners, Masons, Lions and other fraternal organizations. A fashion jewelry line is also available.
The set presented, circa 1960s, includes the brooch, at approximately 1 1/2 inches x 7/8 inch and the screw back earrings, at about 1 inch x 1/2 inch. Largest chatons are approximately 2 millimeters. Weight of the pin and earrings demi is 20 grams.
Condition is excellent vintage. All components intact. All rhinestone intact and uniformly clear and brilliant. No dark, yellow, cloudy or dead stones. Eye red stones retain color and sparkle. All rhodium plate intact, front and back. No dents or improper bends to metal. Adjustable earring screws strong and secure. Pin mechanism secure. Extremely clean. No damage / no repairs. Excellent vintage.
Each piece is signed on body's reverse: "ORA". Circa 1960s.
Wherever you roam, let the aura of ORA light the way. From Cody's.
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