For your consideration is this mid century gold tone link bracelet. It consist of oval links of a light gold tone metal in a weave like design
The Coro Jewelry company was named by it founders Emanual Cohn and Gerald Rosenburg in 1901 .From the 1930-50 it was the largest costume jewelry company .It stopped manufacturing jewelry in US in 1979 but still manufactures costume jewelry in Canada.
this piece is circa before 1955.
The length is 7 1/2 inches with a fold over clasp. the width is 3/4 inch
It is in great condition minimum wear on the clasp.
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