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Some very pretty collectible vintage Sarah Coventry brooches have come in.
I did a bit of googling and found out the this jewelry can date back to 1949! Sweet! Here is some more info if interested:
Charles Stuart named his jewelry company via the combination of his granddaughter's first name and the town of Coventry in England; where the Stuart family had emigrated from.
Stuart did not follow the traditional jewelry houses of the time, with their in-house jewelry designers, but instead, purchased designs from freelancers. He also gave up getting prime counter space in department stores, (like the others did), and moved his inventory using house parties (a la Tupperware and Avon). Some of the most highly valued pieces of Sarah Coventry jewelry were designed as limited-edition hostess sets earned by the women selling Stuart's product
Sarah Coventry was one of the most popular jewelry brands of the mid- 20th century and it's pieces from the 1960's and '70s are especially prized by costume - jewelry collectors.
Sadly, the company filed for bankruptcy in 1984 and manufacturing moved to China and India, finally ending it's house party sales. Though the brand did enjoy a few brief periods of resurgence, it completely ceased production in 2008. *Reference from the Collector Weekly