As part of the Sarah Coventry collection, the scarf ring has local significance with the decentralised commercial development of regional centres such as Wodonga in NE Victoria, as well as national and international significance from the perspective of social and economic developments for women after World War II. The direct selling party-plan business model Sarah Coventry was based on is also considered the first of its kind for jewellery.

Physical description

A silver toned Floral Design Scarf Clip from the Sarah Coventry Jewellery Range c. 1970s-1980s. Designed to hold scarves in place.

Inscriptions & markings

No makers marks