Here we have a gorgeous unsigned Eisenberg demi-parure dating from the 1970's consisting of a bracelet and earrings all characterized by bold, clear rhinestones.
There was a period in the '70s and following in which Eisenberg did not sign their pieces. (The same holds true of the 1930s pieces, but this is a later piece.)
The bracelet features wide emerald-cut rhinestones paired with three rows (in the center and on the sides) of small, round-cut rhinestones.
The simple box-clasp is subtle, allowing the dazzling stones to travel all the way around the wrist in an almost infinite loop.
A tiny safety chain with a spring-ring provides added security during wear.
The earrings boast the most astounding array of round, cushion, pear, and baguette shaped stones arranged in a convex, rectangular shape. As you can see, they make a truly bold statement.
The classic hinged clips on the reverse of the earrings are each stamped with the mechanism's patent number, 2583988.
All of the components and silver colored metals on both earrings and bracelet remain in fantastic condition, showing little to no wear. An enchanting example of Eisenberg prestige, this demi-parure is simply a show-stopper.
Vintage glam bracelets like these are perfect when paired with another bracelet or with your favorite watch, making them perfect for the season's bold, layered looks.
This beauty is a classic, so bring out your inner-bling this spring.
Measurements: Bracelet: 7 ½" long, 1 1/8" wide, Safety chain measures 3" long and 1 ½mm wide, Weight: 62.2 grams Earrings: 1" tall, ¾" wide, 5/8" deep, Weight: 7.3 grams Total weight: 76.8 grams (2.71 oz)