This necklace is just perfect for fans of minimalism: a simple golden chain is decorated with two beads, imitating stones, and two small metal inlays. Only the clasp is intricate here, the original method of snapping of which is confirmed by the patent.Sarah Coventry, 60-70s
The leaf of the plant seems smooth only at first glance. If you look closely, you can find the finest unique patterns of veins, woven by nature. For this reason, even the smallest plant is a picture gallery of one Master.Sarah Coventry, 60s
These silvery apples, despite their color, look very appetizing. This is how Sarah Coventry's designers imagined apples from the tree of knowledge when they created the "Adam's Delight" collection.Sarah Coventry, 60s
This simple brooch with a flower in a round frame made of light golden metal, adorned with a small white pearl, recalls the tenderness and fragility of the nature around us.Sarah Coventry, collection Precious, 1973-1976
Inspired by the shape and structure of a bird's wing, these clips are mind-boggling. More than just an earlobe decoration - the clips cover the entire ear thanks to the double hooks. An unusual accessory that immediately attracts attention.Sarah Coventry, "Pearl Wing" collection (1956-1959)
These clip-on earrings are reminiscent of lit evening lanterns. They are made as part of the Fashion Parade collection (Sarah Coventry). I don't see the connection between the lanterns and the parade, can you help me understand?
Stylized bamboo branches, referring to the Chinese character, surround an interesting irregularly shaped insert of a complex green-red color. Clip-on earrings from the Sarah Coventry collection hide a mysterious Chinese soul inside.