This comprehensive and invaluable reference guide documents all phases of Emmons and Sarah Coventry jewelry. Over 1,200 items are shown in clear color photographs. Here are styles sold at in-home party fashion shows from 1949 to 1984, as well as Sarah Coventry International department store jewelry and accessories from the late 1980s to 1990s. Information appears on the brief home party plan of 1994, exclusive Emmons and Sarah Coventry pieces sold on the television Home Shopping Network in 2002, and jewelry currently produced.Jewelry for men, women, girls, and boys is described with production dates, identification names, and numbers provided by both companies. Also included are accessories, original catalog pages, advertisements, awards, jewelry markings, original packaging, current values, the history and similarities of these linked companies. Tips for the care of your jewelry, an extensive glossary, and an index roud out this thorough reference work. Appealing not only to the collector, this book will be snatched up and cherished by anyone who has a fond memory of fine fashion jewelry.
At the age of 16, Deborah A. Robinson began collecting and studying Emmons and Sarah Coventry jewelry. Today, she has over 2,000 pieces and is still acquiring rarities. She lives with her husband and son on Long Island, New York.

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