This vintage signed Coro piece will make for a wonderful addition to the collector's museum. As was popular during the 1950's, lucite was a material that was often used by costume jewelry designers to emulate a pastel, lighter, more floral hue on their pieces. Although considered "junk" during its time, lucite in vintage pieces has now become a favoured collectible and is most often sought after.
Set in a filigree design and in gold toned metal, this beautiful floral bracelet is a great embodiment of what Coro did best: quality and intricate design in costume jewelry. Measures at 7", and has a snap closure. Signed Coro on the clasp. Purchased from another collector, condition is used with signs of wear. Please refer to photos.
This bracelet was featured in a springtime jewelry Coro ad in the 1950's. (Resource: https://vintagedancer.com/1950s/1950s-jewelry-styl...)