Sarah Coventry where famous for having jewellery to suit every occasion.
Throughout the years main collections where produced for each season. Sarah Coventry also graced their fans with mini supplement collections. Such as the “1976 Holiday Jewellery Collection”. Which had select pieces to accompany the Fall/Winter 1976 Jewellery Collection catalogue.
This mini collection boosted ‘Brand New’ jewellery and gift ideas that had never been seen before. “Ensuring they where unique in everyway.”
This year the Bridgnorth Christmas Fair was well received by both traders and the general public, who braved the bitter cold weather to visit the event and support local small businesses and artisans.
The event offered a great selection of handmade crafts. Unique products, gift ideas and festive inspiration, with a large tea room. Visitors where spoilt for choice. The friendly warm atmosphere added to the event giving an overall happy and fun feeling. It was an event the whole family enjoyed in the warmth of the Castel Hall.
“Hello, may I invite you to share in the wonderful exciting world of fashion, either as a Hostess or a Fashion Show Director for Sarah Coventry.”
One of the first vintage jewellery brands I started to collect was Sarah Coventry, now my collection includes not just jewellery but a range of catalogues, adverts and cardex files. In this article I will share with you a Sarah Coventry catalogue I recently found simply titled…
Fine Fashion Jewellery By Sarah Coventry.
After the glamorous art work on the cover we are treated to bright pink lettering saying ‘Hello‘, and inviting us to step into the wonderful world that is Sarah Coventry. The pages are both colourful and intriguing, offering many styles and designs of jewellery from famous brooches, earrings, bracelets and necklace sets. All as advertised in numerous publications to include, Vanity Fair, TV Times, Flair, Vogue, Woman’s Own, Nova, Radio Times, Queen, Woman Realm, Woman, Woman’s Journal, Good Housekeeping as well as Woman & Home.
It’s a hat-trick of awards for vintage jewellery boutique Queenie’s Bazaar
Online vintage jewellery boutique Queenie’s Bazaar has won the #SBS (Small Business Sunday) award from retailer and TV ‘Dragon’ Theo Paphitis as well as the #WOW (Women On Wednesday) award from CEO Ann Summers Jacqueline Gold, along with being crowned ‘Queen Of True Vintage Jewellery‘ by the Royal Connection.
These prestigious awards have raised the retailer’s profile ‘massively’ giving the business ‘lots of opportunities’. Their vintage jewellery collection has also been seen in the national fashion magazine Marie Claire.
Vintage jewellery boutique Queenie’s Bazaar gets a Twitter Boost from Theo Paphitis
A west midlands based firm has received a business boost from Retail Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis. Last week, Alexandra, owner of Queenie’s Bazaar. Tweeted Theo about her business during ‘Small Business Sunday’ and was one of six weekly winners to gain a re-tweet by Theo to his 500,000 Twitter followers. The weekly initiative, set up by Theo in 2010, now has 1700 #SBS winners and supports small businesses in the UK.
After holding successful events in the heart of Litchfield, Queenie’s Events went to Bridgnorth to bring their annual Christmas Fair to the Castel Hall.
This years Christmas Fair offered a fabulous selection of gift ideas, and festive inspiration from local businesses and craft sellers. The Free Event boasted many stalls and a tea room. It gave people a chance to shop handmade and step away from the mass produced items in high street shops.