Sarah Coventry Jewelry (1949-1981)

Sarah Coventry jewelry was founded by Lyman K. Stuart in Newark, New York in 1949.

In addition to Sarah Coventry, Lyman K. Stuart owned no less famous costume jewelry company Emmons.

High-quality craftsmanship and fine materials such as Austrian rhinestones, crystals, faux pearls and enamel combined with gold and silver alloy make Sarah Coventry designs highly collectable.

Alongside costume jewelry for women, Sarah Coventry made jewelry for men: tie pins and cufflinks.

The company ceased operations in 1981.

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