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Vendome Jewelry
Vendome was a division of Coro and began operations in 1944.  The head designer for many years was Helen Marion.  Coro and all divisions ceased operations in 1979.  Vendome was the high-end division of Coro and is known for its beautiful crystal beads, innovative art beads and creative designs.  Several pieces in this collection were purchased from Helen Marion's assistant designer, who inherited her vast collection of prototypes and molds.
Date(s): May 2, 2018. Album by VintageChristine. Photos by VintageChristine. 1 - 198 of 198 Total. 497 Visits.
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Vendome rings had a patented square shank that could be adjusted for sizing.

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Can be worn as a brooch or taken apart and worn as one or two furclips.  Vendome did not produce many duettes, leaving that to Coro.

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Prototype with hundreds of pink sequins.

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Prototype

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Unsigned but verified as Vendome by the clasp.  Prototype.

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Unsigned.  Purchased from the estate of Helen Marion and it is very likely Vendome due to the intricate construction.

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Prototype.  Absolutely stunning when worn.  Vendome did put a similar necklace into production which had fewer strands and beads instead of crystals.

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Triple strand necklace with all glass crystal and faux pearl beads in shades of brown.

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Unusually long single strand necklace.

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Crystal beads and pearls ruffle brooch.

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Blown glass art beads.

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Blown glass art beads.

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Rare Vendome Christmas tree brooch that was unfortunately broken and badly reconstructed.

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Pagoda beads (aka "potato chip" beads).

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Pagoda beads (aka "potato chip" beads)

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Set is part of the Crystal Fantasia Collection, Daisy Group, seen in Ad4 above.

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Crystal beads and pearls ruffle set.

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Unusual enameled set.

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Showing the square adjustable shank patented by Vendome.