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Sarah Coventry jewelry is becoming scarce and collectors are becoming more interested in its mark and history. Charles H. Stuart, who founded Emmons, also founded Sarah Coventry. Emmons was named for his wife and Sarah was named for his daughter. Sarah Coventry jewelry was sold mainly at home fashion shows until 1984. The marking on thisvintage jewelry is distinctive. In 1949, pieces were marked “Coventry.” In 1950, a lot of the jewelry was marked simply “SC.” Later still, they marked their jewelry “Sarah Coventry.”