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Pendant - 24 inch Loose Rope Chain - SARAH COVENTRY - Amber Color "Golden Teardrop" 1976

Pendant - 24 inch Loose Rope Chain - SARAH COVENTRY - Amber Color "Golden Teardrop" 1976

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Pendant height: 1.75 Inches
  • Pendant width: 1.25 Inches
  • Necklace length: 24 Inches
  • Can be personalized: No
  • Recycled: No
  • Spinner: No
  • Materials: Gold Tone Metal, Pendant, Sarah Coventry, Vintage, Chain, Loose Rope
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Pendant - 24 inch Loose Rope Chain - SARAH COVENTRY - Amber Color -

Featured on Sarah Coventry "Golden Teardrop" 1976 in "Sarah Coventry Jewelry", by Kay Oshel. In the book it is shown with a hoop and not a chain - I have it with a loose rope chain with no markings on the chain. Pretty design around the tear drop stone - amber colored. The starburst design around the tear drop have an opening at the base of the spun gold tone metal design. Beautiful Pendant and wonderful for fall and winter wear.

With the bail it measures 1.75 inches long and 1.25 inches wide

Remember: All items are mailed insured without extra cost to you - Measurements are approximate. Requests for specific interests gladly accepted. Please advise us promptly if any difficulty in accessing pictures and do not hesitate to e-mail us with a question about any item. Please be sure to read the descriptions, view all photos, and ask any questions before making a purchase. (taxes are not charged to the customer)

ALL ITEMS COME WITH EARRING BACKS, CLASPS, TIE TAC BACKS, - if not shown in photo - remember they are included with the items.

Sarah Coventry

1949-1981

Sarah Coventry jewelry received its name from Charles H. Stuart, the founder of Emmons Home Fashion. Sarah was named after his grand daughter where as Emmons was named after his wife, Caroline Emmons. The mark for "Emmons" was first used in 1948 and Emmons was incorporated in February of 1949, with Sarah Coventry coming into being, November of the same year. They started their business under home fashion shows and maintained the way they did business till 1984, and were sold to a Chicago based firm who produced jewelry for a Canadian company using the same name. Sarah Coventry continued making fine jewelry with precious gemstone under P B Manufactures. The home shows were discontinued in 1984.

The first known marks were "Coventry" used in 1949, for both men's and ladies jewelry. The next known mark was "Sarah Coventry" and in 1950 the mark of "SC" was first used. Then sometime around 1951 the mark of just "Sarah" was used and they continued to incorporate the mark into later jewelry. The Mark "SC" was still in use in 1953 for costume jewelry, and in 1960 the mark of "Sarah Cov" came into existence.

The mark of "SAC" has been attributed to Sarah Coventry jewelry but there are no records indicating when it was used but the mark existed in the mid 1950's and was used to the 1960's.

Emmons and Sarah Coventry jewelry did not design or manufacture their own jewelry but purchased their designs that were manufactured by other producers of costume jewelry around the Providence, R.I. area.

Most Sarah Coventry jewelry was sold at home fashion parties from 1949 until the company changed hands in the 1980's. At different times the jewelry was marked "Coventry," "Sarah Coventry," and "SC," although at times combinations of the names were used. Sarah Coventry is a favorite of many costume jewelry collectors

The company of course specializes in costume jewelry. Sarah Coventry jewelry items were not just good, they were of excellent quality. This bode well for the company. Its striking designs and a flair for taste made a winning combination. The company was also an example of managerial excellence. The designing and making of the various Sarah and other Sarah Coventry jewelry was done at other companies. Sarah Coventry took care of selling the pieces. Their jewelry will take you back in time. Each piece is lovingly crafted with a particular setting in mind. Some of the pieces have been named after places like the Monte Carlo line for example. The designs are also made to a particular occasion. They have pieces for teachers, antiques and evening wear. Take a look in to the collection, you will find one that's just right for you.

The company parties were the toast of town. This was the case in the heydays of the 1960s. Its fame spread far, and this gave the company marketing a lot of mileage. Most pieces of jewelry have turned into collector's items. There were television channels that even handed out the Sarah collection as prizes to contestants. One famous contest which was televised around that time was 'Queen of the Day'. Here the contestant would have to tell the judges why she should be chosen queen of the day, and she would win a Sarah Coventry Jewelry set if the judges were convinced.

The company went through a lag phase in the 1980s with parties dying out. But the company has come back with the renewed vigor. The company now has its website, where you can apply to become a part of the Sarah Coventry family. The website continues in the tradition of the past, and does direct selling now. It also advertises and sells products on the Shopping Network. The parties have started again. Most Sarah Coventry parties are a gala affair. The and brilliance of these collector's items are combined with the warmth of the Fashion Designers themselves. There are also many people online who are selling premium pieces of jewelry to the best bidder.

Sarah Coventry had a Lifetime Guarantee...the cards stated "may be sent back for repair to: P.O. Box 7899, Warwick, RI 02887. Please include handling charge of 1.50." I'm not sure if this is still being honored. Sarah Coventry discontinued operations and home parties in 1984.
Pendant - 24 inch Loose Rope Chain - SARAH COVENTRY - Amber Color -

Featured on Sarah Coventry "Golden Teardrop" 1976 in "Sarah Coventry Jewelry", by Kay Oshel. In the book it is shown with a hoop and not a chain - I have it with a loose rope chain with no markings on the chain. Pretty design around the tear drop stone - amber colored. The starburst design around the tear drop have an opening at the base of the spun gold tone metal design. Beautiful Pendant and wonderful for fall and winter wear.

With the bail it measures 1.75 inches long and 1.25 inches wide

Remember: All items are mailed insured without extra cost to you - Measurements are approximate. Requests for specific interests gladly accepted. Please advise us promptly if any difficulty in accessing pictures and do not hesitate to e-mail us with a question about any item. Please be sure to read the descriptions, view all photos, and ask any questions before making a purchase. (taxes are not charged to the customer)

ALL ITEMS COME WITH EARRING BACKS, CLASPS, TIE TAC BACKS, - if not shown in photo - remember they are included with the items.

Sarah Coventry

1949-1981

Sarah Coventry jewelry received its name from Charles H. Stuart, the founder of Emmons Home Fashion. Sarah was named after his grand daughter where as Emmons was named after his wife, Caroline Emmons. The mark for "Emmons" was first used in 1948 and Emmons was incorporated in February of 1949, with Sarah Coventry coming into being, November of the same year. They started their business under home fashion shows and maintained the way they did business till 1984, and were sold to a Chicago based firm who produced jewelry for a Canadian company using the same name. Sarah Coventry continued making fine jewelry with precious gemstone under P B Manufactures. The home shows were discontinued in 1984.

The first known marks were "Coventry" used in 1949, for both men's and ladies jewelry. The next known mark was "Sarah Coventry" and in 1950 the mark of "SC" was first used. Then sometime around 1951 the mark of just "Sarah" was used and they continued to incorporate the mark into later jewelry. The Mark "SC" was still in use in 1953 for costume jewelry, and in 1960 the mark of "Sarah Cov" came into existence.

The mark of "SAC" has been attributed to Sarah Coventry jewelry but there are no records indicating when it was used but the mark existed in the mid 1950's and was used to the 1960's.

Emmons and Sarah Coventry jewelry did not design or manufacture their own jewelry but purchased their designs that were manufactured by other producers of costume jewelry around the Providence, R.I. area.

Most Sarah Coventry jewelry was sold at home fashion parties from 1949 until the company changed hands in the 1980's. At different times the jewelry was marked "Coventry," "Sarah Coventry," and "SC," although at times combinations of the names were used. Sarah Coventry is a favorite of many costume jewelry collectors

The company of course specializes in costume jewelry. Sarah Coventry jewelry items were not just good, they were of excellent quality. This bode well for the company. Its striking designs and a flair for taste made a winning combination. The company was also an example of managerial excellence. The designing and making of the various Sarah and other Sarah Coventry jewelry was done at other companies. Sarah Coventry took care of selling the pieces. Their jewelry will take you back in time. Each piece is lovingly crafted with a particular setting in mind. Some of the pieces have been named after places like the Monte Carlo line for example. The designs are also made to a particular occasion. They have pieces for teachers, antiques and evening wear. Take a look in to the collection, you will find one that's just right for you.

The company parties were the toast of town. This was the case in the heydays of the 1960s. Its fame spread far, and this gave the company marketing a lot of mileage. Most pieces of jewelry have turned into collector's items. There were television channels that even handed out the Sarah collection as prizes to contestants. One famous contest which was televised around that time was 'Queen of the Day'. Here the contestant would have to tell the judges why she should be chosen queen of the day, and she would win a Sarah Coventry Jewelry set if the judges were convinced.

The company went through a lag phase in the 1980s with parties dying out. But the company has come back with the renewed vigor. The company now has its website, where you can apply to become a part of the Sarah Coventry family. The website continues in the tradition of the past, and does direct selling now. It also advertises and sells products on the Shopping Network. The parties have started again. Most Sarah Coventry parties are a gala affair. The and brilliance of these collector's items are combined with the warmth of the Fashion Designers themselves. There are also many people online who are selling premium pieces of jewelry to the best bidder.

Sarah Coventry had a Lifetime Guarantee...the cards stated "may be sent back for repair to: P.O. Box 7899, Warwick, RI 02887. Please include handling charge of 1.50." I'm not sure if this is still being honored. Sarah Coventry discontinued operations and home parties in 1984.

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