Sarah Coventry Jewelry Vintage Necklaces 1970s 3 MOD Pendants
In the 1970s, interchangeable jewelry was a fashion rage. There were only a few US jewelry designers who made such jewelry, namely Avon, Sarah Coventry, and KJL. It is versatile wearable art, that was a great fashion trend in the 1970s, and highly likeable today as well!
This signed Sarah Coventry is a rather illusive design that is hard to find. The three Deco Modern tear drop pendants are made of polished silver rhodium metal and orange-red, ivory white, and turquoise blue glossy thermoset plastics.
Typically today, you only find one of these colors sold as one necklace for around $ 20 - $ 30 individully, so it is exciting to find all three of these colors still together as a set reasonably priced.
The glistening large link silver metal chain is 27" or 68 cm long. The pendants are 2 3/8" long x 1 1/2" wide, or 6 cm x 4 cm. The entire set is in pristine like new condition and has never been worn. All of the thermosets are perfectly clean and glossy with no scratches or other imperfections. The silver metal chain is like new as well.