The Emmons Jewelry Co. & Sarah Coventry. Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterwards, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc. 

Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.

Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets, such as a coordinating necklace, bracelet and earrings. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s, and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.

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$ 10.00 $ 25.00

1960s Emmons White Enamel Flower Earrings

Very, very pretty summer ear clips

Approx. Size: 1" in diameter.

Condition:  Enamel is in very good shape.  Slight greening of metal braiding.

Mark/Label: © Emmons

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Gorgeous gold metal rope braiding surrounds each petal on these beautiful white enamel floral clips.  #JE103

The Emmons Jewelry Co. & Sarah Coventry. Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterwards, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc.

Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.

Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s, and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.

  

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$ 12.50 $ 25.00

1960s White Enamel Leaf Earrings by Emmons

Lovely white enamel

Approx. Size: 1.5" x 1" (4 x 2.5 cm)

Condition: Very good

Mark/Label: © Emmons

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These earrings have a beautiful leaf design with very detailed enamel work. The pair is very comfortable to wear. Pat. Pending mark indicates that this pair was made prior to 1955. Silver metal setting. 

Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterwards, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc.

Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.

Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s, and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.

 

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$ 11.00 $ 22.00

1970s Modernest Rhinestone Leaf Brooch by Emmons

This Emmons brooch is spectacular with lovely shades of amber and light green

Approx. Size:  4.5" x 1"  (11.5 x 2.5 cm)

Condition:  Very Good

Mark/Label:  © Emmons

One of a kind vintage item – Buy Now

 

Abstract leaf brooch in gold metal with a very nubby texture.   Rhinestones are round and navette shaped.  Stones are suspended in the middle of the mounting for extra shine.  Shiny gold metal edge for extra flair. 

The Emmons Jewelry Co. & Sarah Coventry. Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterwards, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc.

Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.

Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s, and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.

 

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$ 45.00

Men's Dress Set, Black Onyx Cuff Links & Tie Tac by Sarah Coventry

Snazzy 1970s onyx links set from Sarah Coventry
Approx. Size:  Links:  1" x .5" (2.5 x 1.25 cm); Tie Tack: .75" (2 cm) square
Condition: Very Good, like new condition.
Mark Label: Sarah Cov
One of a kind vintage item – Buy Now

 

Cuff links feature black onyx inset into bright gold metal cube corners. Links are rectangles. Coordinating tie tack is square and has chain and base for securing in a button hole. Classy 1970s modernist look. 

 

Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterwards, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc.

Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.

Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s, and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.

 

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