Eisenberg Signature Jewelry
Eisenberg & Sons Company was started in 1914 as a perfume and ladies clothing maker. As sales continued to struggle in the late 1930s the began to make jewelry to compliment the clothes.
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Eisenberg jewelry while being costume jewelry used only the highest quality items such as Swarovski Austrian crystal rhinestones and multiple color rhodium plating was used for mountings.
Eisenberg designs included a variety of jewelry styles including fur and dress clips, clip earrings, double clips, screw-back earrings, pins with safety chains, bracelets, choker necklaces, brooches, and circle brooches. Circle brooch and earring sets and earring and necklace sets were popular. In the 1970s, enamel clip earrings with several coats of enamel were quite popular.
Bow and flower sprays, cascading rhinestone displays, and flowers were some of the more popular patterns. Pronged clips of kings and queens were among the first patterns to take the stage. Twin pins were frequently manufactured during the 1970s and the early 1980s.
Eisenberg Ice [block letters] became a brand name in the 1930s, it was reintroduced in [script letters] in the 1970s. The company was sold and finally ceased production the 1990s.
Eisenberg Retro Necklace Eisenberg Ice Brooch
Eisenberg Retro Earrings
The company was a premiere maker of jewelry, is a favorite among collectors and can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars for a single piece.
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