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What is Sarah Coventry vintage jewelry?

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Sarah Coventry vintage jewelry is a line of jewelry that was popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It was produced by the Emmons Company and sold at home jewelry parties. Sarah Coventry jewelry is no longer manufactured, but vintage pieces are still sold online and at antique jewelry outlets.

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Jewelry in the Sarah Coventry line can be identified by the trademarked symbols "SARAH," "SAC," "Sarah Cov," "COVENTRY" or "SARAHCOV" stamped on the hangtag or on the back of the piece. The vintage jewelry line includes brooches, earrings, bracelets and sets in gold, silver and white gold. Among the popular designs are the Madame Butterfly brooch and glass cameo clip earrings.

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