The CORO jewelry company started doing business about 1900. It was the largest
of all costume jewelry manufacturers in the 1920's with a workforce of over
2,000. Coro used many different marks with Coro being their first mark in 1919.
Coro used over 70 trademarks while in business with some the the top quality
lines being named Corocraft, Coro Craft and Vendome. The Coro company went out
of business in 1979 after 80 years of making costume jewelry. Highly
collectible pieces include early Coros, Duettes, figurals, jelly belly. Mexican
sterling pieces and high quality designed sets from the 1930-1950s. Check out
our estate jewelry for pins, earrings, necklaces, figural, jelly bellies and
sets by Coro.
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