This sterling mermaid is one of the most sought after Eisenbergs ever made. Its sterling body signifies it was made during WWII when pot metal was used for military purposes so sterling was substituted. A must have for any serious Eisenberg collector!
This exact piece was photographed among others in my collection for Tracy Tolkien & Henrietta Wilkinson's book "A Collector's Guide to Costume Jewelry."
An example of this pin can be found in Brunialti's American Costume Jewelry A-M, page 177.
This piece can be found in Eisenberg Originals: The Golden Age of Fashion, Jewelry, and Fragrance, 1920s-1950s by Sharon G. Schwartz and Laura Sutton, page 111.
Size: 3"x2 3/4"
Signed: Sterling - Eisenberg
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