Made in the 1950-1960 era, this unusual flower pin with clip earrings are pretty pink and white flowers popping out in full bloom. This is not just any flower parure as the construction and artistry are very unique. The brooch and the earrings are made of thickly cast, solid weighty metal. The petite daisy like flowers are riveted to a lattice framework on both the pin and the earrings. The lattice work and the flowers are coated with thick white enamel and then intricately sprayed with light pink enamel. Each flower has a bezel set hot pink rhinestone.
The set is not signed but this type of delicate airbrush or spray paint work was done in West Germany in the 1950s and 1960s and was also done by a few US companies like Vendome. Based on the construction and the style of clips on the earrings, I believe this is an unsigned Coro Vendome set.
The brooch is rather large in size at 2 1/4" or 57 mm wide. You can get a better indication of the size by viewing the photo of the brooch in my hand. The dangle style earrings hang down 1 1/4" or 32 mm long. The earrings are clips but they are the slender lever style that are comfortable to wear.
This spring or summer parure has never been worn. All pieces are in pristine like new microscopically clean condition. There are no imperfections or flaws and all the rhinestones are original, present, and super sparkling. There isn't a hint of enamel wear anywhere. The back of the brooch has the original fine working safety clasp and the clips on the earrings are like new.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new presentation jewelry box.