Flower Brooch - Signed Coro - Floral Bouquet - green glass Rhinestone - gold plated - bow - Mid Century pin

$21.60 $24.00

This is a classic 40s Coro brooch with a bow and flower bouquet. 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 green stones are in a gold setting and the three flowers have a small small rhiinestones above them.
The gold tone is in exellent condition showing some minor wear that occurs with age .
the height of this brooch is 3 3/4 inches
the width is 2 inches.
all stones are intact and in good condition.

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