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EMMONS C.1960

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EMMONS C.1960

75.00

DESCRIPTION
Rare EMMONS oval clip on earrings. This spectacular reinterpretation of a shell and its pearl is made of a gold tone metal concave base with dazzling crystal rhinestones centers. Designed to be remembered. Made in USA, c.1960. Designer Signed.

HISTORY
In 1949 Charles Stuart (founder of the Sarah Coventry Jewelry Company) founded the Emmons Jewelry Company to honor his wife Caroline Emmons Stuart. Like Sarah Coventry jewelry, the Emmons line was sold at home parties. The retail prices of the Emmons pieces were higher than Sarah Coventry pieces (Sarah Coventry was founded in honor of his daughter). Today Emmons pieces are rarer than Sarah Coventry pieces. The company was located in New York City, and did business until 1981, at which time it closed its doors for the last time. The EMMONS mark came into use in 1955.

SIZE
Approx. 1.5 in (3.8 cm) long, 1.1 in (2.8 cm) wide, rhinestones are approx. 3/8 in (1 cm) each

VINTAGE CONDITION
Excellent to Mint

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DESCRIPTION
Rare EMMONS oval clip on earrings. This spectacular reinterpretation of a shell and its pearl is made of a gold tone metal concave base with dazzling crystal rhinestones centers. Designed to be remembered. Made in USA, c.1960. Designer Signed.

HISTORY
In 1949 Charles Stuart (founder of the Sarah Coventry Jewelry Company) founded the Emmons Jewelry Company to honor his wife Caroline Emmons Stuart. Like Sarah Coventry jewelry, the Emmons line was sold at home parties. The retail prices of the Emmons pieces were higher than Sarah Coventry pieces (Sarah Coventry was founded in honor of his daughter). Today Emmons pieces are rarer than Sarah Coventry pieces. The company was located in New York City, and did business until 1981, at which time it closed its doors for the last time. The EMMONS mark came into use in 1955.

SIZE
Approx. 1.5 in (3.8 cm) long, 1.1 in (2.8 cm) wide, rhinestones are approx. 3/8 in (1 cm) each

VINTAGE CONDITION
Excellent to Mint