Designer or Maker: Eisenberg Mark: “N” Please note that this piece is only marked with the stone setter’s mark that represents Willy Granice who was a stonesetter for the Eisenberg Co. Condition: Great vintage condition. The stones have virtually little surface wear. One stone does show wear to the bottom evidenced by a dark spot in the center of the rhinestone. One of the elongated stones that flanks the central square design has a couple of micro spots on it. The links have some plating loss; not from flaking, but rather just wear which is uniform on the entire top surface of the bracelet. The same uniform wear to the underneath side applies. The piece has a safety chain without a spring closure. Date: 1940s–specifically 1946 Gender: Female Age Group: Adult Color: Goldtone, Goldplated, Gold-plated, crystal Material: white metal, crystals Size: Measures approx 6” with an inner dia. Of 2”. Central design measures 1 ¼” x 1 3/8”. Band measures 5/8” w.
This is an extraordinary opportunity to own a very rare piece of Eisenberg jewelry advertised in 1946 Vogue. A magnificent piece of “Eisenberg Ice.” “Collectors’ pieces now in emerald, ruby or crystal white. Now set in gold metal … for dark dress drama or fur coat elegance.”
This piece is featured on page 133 of the newly released book, “Warman’s Costume Jewelry: Identification and Price Guide”, by Pamela Wiggins. To view the advertisement please click here: https://thejewelrystylist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/eisenberg-ad-1946.jpg