In antiqued gold tone with a Victorian revival design, florets are accented with variously sized deep purple chaton rhinestones in Coro's sweetheart of a necklace, circa 1948. An example of this necklace with a different stone color can be seen in Julia C. Carroll's "Collecting Costume Jewelry 202".
The bilateral tube link chain is approximately 15 inches with a spring ring clasp. Decorative center spans about 3 inches (including the pair of fancy rhinestone set stations) x 1 1/2 inches at it's widest point. Largest chaton rhinestone is 9 millimeters. Weight of the necklace is approximately 30 grams.
Condition is excellent vintage. All component intact. All rhinestones intact, retaining color and sparkle. No dead stones. No chips, nicks, cracks or breaks to stones. All antiqued gold tone finish intact, front and back. No dents or improper bends to metal components. Chain links secure. Clasp strong and secure. Clean. No damage / no repairs. Very light, age commensurate wear. Excellent vintage.
The necklace is signed in script on reverse of centerpiece: "Coro" no copyright symbol. Circa 1940s-1954.
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