An exotic golden man holds a cornucopia of emerald green colored stones. Created by Ruth Kamke in 1940, this rare Eisenberg figural fur clip is referred to as the "Egyptian."
An example of this pin can be found in Brunialti's American Costume Jewelry A-M, page 174.
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 87.
Measurement: 4" x 1-1/2"
Signed: Eisenberg Original
Stone Setter's Mark "8" in a Circle
Reference Book: American Costume Jewelry: Art & Industry Volume I, Page 174
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