Vintage Signed Corocraft Baguette Rhinestone Cuff Bracelet
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Vintage Signed Corocraft Baguette Rhinestone Cuff Bracelet. Controlled rows of clear rhinestones are the striking feature of this bracelet, flanked by swirls of more baguettes. Set in a gold tone cuff with finger sections feeding into the baguette swirls. Hinged on the side the bracelet clasps securely. Imprinted on a cartouche on the inside of the cuff “Corocraft Pat. Pend.”
Adolph Katz selected the design for production and it serves as a solid example of the quality associated with Corocraft jewelry. Katz’s keen eye was paramount to the success of the Coro Jewelry company which began operations in 1901 after Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger established the accessories boutique Cohn and Rosenberger in New York City. The company soon became know as the Coro Jewelry Company. In 1929 Coro purchased a manufacturing facility in Providence, Rhode Island. Later this would become the world’s largest costume jewelry facility. The company closed its doors in 1979.
Item measures approximately 2 5/8″ Wide x 2 3/8″ Tall
Inside diameter measures approximately 6 1/2″
The cuff bracelet is in very good pre-owned condition. There is minor wear commensurate with age and use however, there are no missing stones. The bracelet cuff has been well cared for over the years. Lastly please view all the photographs as they serve as an extension of the description and condition report.