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Diamanté & Sterling ‘Platina’ 1940s Duette by Coro

Diamanté & Sterling ‘Platina’ 1940s Duette by Coro


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Brooch: 1 1/4" x 2 1/2"; clip: 1 1/4" x 1 1/4"


Very good (clouding of some stones but still lots of sparkle)


c.1946 (based on design patent and use of sterling, per Brunialti)


"Coro" (in script) "CRAFT" with Pegasus and "STERLING" on rectangular cartouche; "Coro Duette" (in script), "STERLING" and "PAT. NO. 1798867" on frame


Design patent D146,035 issued to Adolph Katz in 1946

This Coro sterling brooch is a pair of flowers with diamanté centers and oval petals, crowned with baguettes, and set in pavé-embellished sterling silver. It was designed as part of the Platina line by Adolph Katz for the company’s high-end pieces. You can wear this one as a brooch or as separate dress clips. The double-prong fastener works well with weightier fabrics, such as wool blazers and dresses. This piece was advertised along with the complete Platina line in a fashion magazine with the copy: “Glittering glamour set in sterling silver with that ‘platinum look’”. You can see the utility patent for the brooch mechanism here, shown below Coro’s name.

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