All that glitters is Eisenberg! Like many design firms, the Eisenberg Company started making quality clothing in the 1940s; they would parlay this successful endeavor into a line of sensational costume jewelry.
The Eisenberg name would soon become synonymous with glamour, exemplifying elegance with their high quality materials and sophisticated designs.
This beautiful Eisenberg bracelet is unsigned, likely dating it to the 1950s. Eisenberg failed to sign many of their pieces between 1958 and 1970.
Two strands of large and small rhinestones beginning at the ends curve around two arrays of round and marquise cut clear rhinestones.
These are framed by two mirroring crescents set with minuscule rhinestones.
A HUGE clear oval chaton sits at the center, luxuriously embraced by the articulated strand of smaller rhinestones.
The silver colored metals and prong settings are still in great shape, showing very little wear. A simple fold over clasp make the bracelet really comfortable and easy to wear.
An enchanting example of Eisenberg prestige, this bracelet 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 sparkle this spring.
Measurements: Length: 7" long Width: 3/8"-1" Weight: 27.8 grams (.98 oz)