For your consideration is this vintage Coro Aqua turquoise blue leaf link bracelet. It is composed of 6 links of yellow gold plated metal leaf design with an Agua blue-green enameling. Each link also has toe cluster of auga turquoise lucite berries.
The bracelet is marked Coro Pat Pend.
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.
The bracelet is 7 inches long with a fold over clasp. The width is 2/3 inch.
all the berries are present. The yellowish gold tone metal is in good condition. The turquoise enameling does have a couple of wear spots on the leaves.
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