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Vintage Bracelets by Coro Pegasus, Lisner, Sarah Coventry, Trifari and more

Sarah Coventry antiqued gold tone multi color stone

$35.00

Sarah Coventry gold tone and aurora borealis stones

$38.00

Sarah Coventry gold tone faux multi color stone bracelet
This lovely vintage gold tone Bows bracelet is signed with the Coro Pegasus (winged horse) mark and copyright sign. It is in excellent pre-owned condition.   Designer: Pegasus Coro Circa: mid 20th century Condition: excellent Size: 7.50" long, 1” wide

Pegasus Coro Bows gold tone bracelet

$35.00

Whimsical and fun Shells and Faux Pearl gold tone bracelet. In excellent pre-owned condition.  Designer: unsigned beauty Circa: unknown Condition: excellent Size: 7.75" long, 1” wide

Shells and Faux Pearl gold tone

$33.00

Coro Hearts and Rhinestones gold tone bracelet

$43.00

Beautiful vintage signed Lisner Gray Mother of Pearl and Rhinestones gold tone bracelet. In excellent pre-owned condition.  Designer: Lisner Circa: mid 20th century Condition: excellent Size: 7.50" long, 3/4” wide

Lisner Gray Mother of Pearl & Rhinestones gold tone bracelet

$39.00

Gorgeous signed Trifari gold tone and rhinestones bracelet with flip fold closure, in excellent condition.  Designer: Trifari Circa: mid 20th century Condition: excellent Size: 1.75" wide, 1/2” high

Trifari gold tone and rhinestones bracelet

$35.00

Whimsical Goldette style but not marked gold tone charm bracelet with Bee, Flowers and Snake and flip fold closure. It is in excellent condition.  Designer: unsigned beauty Circa: unknown Condition: excellent Size: 7.75" long

Bee, Flowers and Snake gold tone bracelet

$25.00

deep amber large rhinestones gold tone bracelet and clip earrings

$35.00

Delicate and detailed faux pearl and onyx gold tone link bracelet with flip fold closure. Flexible on on the wrist and it is in excellent pre-owned condition.  Designer: unsigned beauty Circa: unknown Condition: excellent Size: 7.50" long

faux pearl & onyx gold tone bracelet

$19.00

Sophisticated signed Napier enamel and gold tone link bracelet with flip fold closure. Flexible on on the wrist and in excellent pre-owned condition.  Designer: Napier Circa: unknown Condition: excellent Size: 7" long

Napier enamel and gold tone bracelet

$19.00


Coro Hearts and Rhinestones gold tone bracelet

  

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About Sarah Coventry

Founded in 1949 by Charles Stuart, who named his costume-jewelry company after his granddaughter, Sarah Coventry did not follow the Coro, Trifari, or Miriam Haskell practice of producing the work of a strong in-house designer. Instead, Stuart purchased designs from freelancers, then hired firms such as DeLizza and Elster, whose house brand was Juliana, to create its chokers, necklaces, brooches, earrings, and bracelets.

Also unlike its competitors, Sarah Coventry did not focus on getting prime counter space in department stores, or selling its wares to Hollywood movie stars in order to move its inventory. Stuart’s approach was more grassroots, using house parties (a la Tupperware and Avon) to get people talking about his affordable jewelry. He also gave his costume jewelry away to contestants on game shows and at beauty pageants. The word of mouth that resulted from this marketing strategy made Sarah Coventry one of the most popular jewelry brands of the mid-20th century. Today, its pieces from the 1960s and ’70s are especially prized by collectors.

If you’re intrigued, continue reading…

About CORO

Coro, a partnership between Emanuel Cohn (the "Co") and Gerald Rosenberg (the "ro"), began producing jewelry in New York in 1901 and continued through the 1970s under the marks Coro, Coro Craft (later Corocraft), and Vendome, among others. If you’re intrigued, continue reading…

About Lisner

For nearly 30 years after its 1904 founding, Lisner imported and sold Elsa Schiaparelli's Parisian jewelry in the United States. In the '30s, the company achieved a higher profile by finally selling its own designs that employed Dupont's new colored acrylic plastic called Lucite, as well as clear and colored rhinestones (particularly aurora borealis) and lava stones, as well as chromed, silver-plated, and black japanned metal. If you’re intrigued, continue reading…

About Trifari

Since the 1920s, Trifari has been one of the most respected and admired producers of costume jewelry in the United States. Founded in the 1910s by Gustavo Trifari, the Italian-immigrant son of a Napoli goldsmith, the company has designed jewelry that’s been worn by countless high-profile clients, from Mamie Eisenhower to Madonna. If you’re intrigued, continue reading…

About Napier

Though the history of Napier goes back to the late 19th-century, when the E. A. Bliss company made silverware, as well as gilt and silverplate jewelry, the word Napier was not associated with costume jewelry until the 1920s. If you’re intrigued, continue reading…


Costume Jewelry, Beyond June Cleaver by Tamara Bradshaw

Most women own at least a few pieces of costume jewelry, perhaps received as hand-me-downs from family members. Too often, though, these strings of faux pearls, goldtone chains, strands of glass beads, and heavy brooches remain in the jewelry box because they seem, well, boring. But you can wear ordinary pieces like these without looking like June Cleaver, Barbara Bush, or, for that matter, Hillary Clinton. Here’s how. If you’re intrigued, continue reading…