Just amazing this early Coro vintage watermelon bracelet ! Unique vintage bracelet with a beautiful colored stones.. A real must have. New York ca.1950.
Beautiful Coro vintage bracelet feature watermelon aurora borealis colored in blue and purple cabochons.Set in silver tone metal. With safety chain.
Measures approx 6 cm inside in diameter.
he Coro Jewelry Company was established in 1901, by partners Emanuel Cohen and Gerald Rosenberg, and the company’s first name was Cohen and Rosenberg. In 1943, Cohen and Rosenberg incorporated and the company’s named changed to Coro (“Co” for the first two letters in Cohen’s name and “ro” for the first two in Rosenberg’s name.)
Coro produced jewelry in the United States until 1979, then the company operated in Canada until about 1998.
Coro was a successful company, in part because Cohen and Rosenberg worked with highly skilled designers to finesse the designs, and an army of workers who actually produced the jewelry. By the 1920s, Coro jewelry was sold in dime stores all over the country.
An excellent jewelry designer, Adolph Katz, began working with Coro at about the time the partners built a new production facility in Providence, RI, in 1929.
- aurora borealis rhinestones
- Coro watermelon bracelet
- see description
- Total Weight
- 36 g
- Very good condition - slightly used with small signs of wear