This bird flew from a distant exotic country, where the bright sun paints feathers in unprecedented colors, and raindrops that fell from the sky turn into precious stones.Tropical fantasy in silver from the craftsmen of Coro.
When put together, the berries of the white and red currants resemble an exquisite art installation rather than the raw material for jam production. Noticing this, Coro's designers have created clip on earrings in which red cut beads hide among white pearls, sending us to a summer garden full of berries.
If these Coro earrings are rotated 180 degrees, then we will see a question mark, in which the point has turned into a large circle. It turned out to be a very surprised question mark, which literally requires an answer to the question posed.
In the Coro choker, created in 1942 under the direction of Adolf Katz, the flowers are hand painted with enamels of delicate colors. There is no such identical second, as the artist's hand always draws the same drawing in different ways.Coro, anni 40
The design of this brooch is reminiscent of a stylized artist's palette or a fashionable hat adorned with feathers. A spectacular square-cut stone made of deep blue glass sets a noble tone to the entire decoration.Coro brooch in sterling silver, 1940s
A shot rang out, and the frightened goose, flapping its wings noisily, flew up sharply. Below the dogs barked, regretting that the prey had gone. And the bird kept flying and flying, until the evening twilight forced it to descend to the ground in search of an overnight stay.Brooch Coro, 40s
It seems to me that in nature this flower has a subtle, barely noticeable sweet aroma. To hear it, he has to get closer. Delicate white flower, symbol of innocence and modesty.Coro brooch, 1950s, perfect condition
Insects seek out the most beautiful and fragrant flowers to feast on their nectar. If this silver flower grew in a summer meadow, bees and butterflies would surely appreciate its beauty and, forgetting its precious nectar, they would spin a floral waltz.Brooch Corocraft, 50s