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Belt buckle designed by Ruth Kamke. It is 2" x 3½"  She designed many buckles, where are they?

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Back of the buckle.The turquoise are faux

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Close up of the lion

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Eisenberg Original. A Ruth Kamke design

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The word "Original" is not there.

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Ruth says that she DID design this one, so it is an Eisenberg Original

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This one was a gift from Jane Clark.  May have been the first design like this

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The one on your left is the re-issue that was part of the Classic series, done in 1994. On your right is the one done in 1941.

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This design was also rarely made with crystal rhinestones

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This pendant is stamped "EISENBERG" on the back and also has a metal tag on the chain.  Mid 1970s

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Stick pin with King Tut head in my collection.  Karl Eisenberg told me that there are also earrings.

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Close-up of stick pin.  These were made during the visit to the US of the exhibit of things from the Tomb of Tutankhamon

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Back of the stick pin showing the signature.  Picture courtesy of Yvonne and Sam.

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An Egyptian style Falcon.  Looks as if it might be part of the King Tut group from the 1970s.  This is a pendant, not a pin

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A nice "go with" for the following clips. Courtesy of Carol

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A wonderful pair of mirror image clips. Sterling. Marked EO. It is rare to find the matching earrings to pieces from this era. Mid to late 1940s.

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An EO with the elegant and eye catching combination of ruby red stones with turquoise color tiny beads.  Courtesy of Sheri

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A very attractive color combination, seldom seen. Courtesy of Shelley Osborn

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Pendants marked with a block E. The chains are very long and heavy.

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Mermaid design from 1946. Designed by Ruth Kamke.

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Back of the Mermaid

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Eisenberg Mermaid with amber color beads.  Most of her gold wash has worn off. Notice the red lipstick

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Old magazine ad from 1946, showing the Mermaid

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Notice the difference in size. The authentic old Mermaid is the one on the right (blue beads). Both marked Eisenberg Original

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This is a reproduction. The bead color is Tanzanite. Also made with amber color beads and "tummy" stone.  From her raised arm to her tail is 4". Mark is Eisenberg Original

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See picture #85-86 for the design patent, and piece in crystal stones.  Picture shared by Kim Akey

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Notice that the emerald shape red stones have the proper type of settings.

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This has been reproduced but the "stones" were cast in the metal.
These are all rhinestones. Lovely.
Shown to us by Judy Miller


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A very heavy bow. The only rhinestones on it are the very dark blue baguettes. The marcasite effect is part of the metal. 4½' Marked Eisenberg Original

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Very rare tree pin. Part of the Classic Series in 1994. The mark is Eisenberg Ice, with a tiny 94 under the name.

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Made in two slightly different colors, there are only 80 of each color. An unintentional collectible. 3" tall

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A very heavy Eisenberg Original clip.  It weighes between a quarter and a half a pound, according to my scale. It is almost 4" tall from the top to the bottom of the dangles.

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An unusal design in crystal stones.  Thanks to Nona for sharing

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This deer was made in sterling with a gold wash. Notice that the flower design in rhinestones is like the Ballerinas skirt.

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This deer is owned by Georgia Mackey of Oklahoma

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Rather unusual old Eienberg Original with molded glass stones.

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Ruth told me that the glass moonstones were used early in the 1940s.

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I bought this hoping it was an Eisie.  Opinion?  There is a mark on the back, but not readable.

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Unmarked, but probably an Eisie.
Courtesy of Davida


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Here is aaother color in the EO Vase design.  An old Eisenberg Original. Courtesy of Mary, a non-mamber (Crazicollector)

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I am trying to learn how many colors this piece was made in. an old EO

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This is the property of Elise, it is very much like Sam and Yvonne's piece.

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This one belongs to Sam and Yvonne
Notice that the big colored stone is faceted in the old pieces.


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This one is a combination of blue and aqua stones. The large stone is a faceted aqua, lovely.  I have permission to show this one.

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This is the reproduction vase. I would like it better if the color of the stone in the vase had been blue or purple.

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This amazing EO is shared with us by Davida

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A marked EO in one of the company's favorite color combinations. A little over 3" across.

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An Eisenberg Original horse, covered in rhinestones. The hooves were enameled red.
Used by permission of "Tables to teacups"


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One of the other horse dedigns. The mark is Eisenberg Original.

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The 1946 ad from Harpers Bazaar magazine shows the pin in the previous picture.

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This is supposedly an Eisenberg Original, and is signed that way on the inside, in ink! No other mark.

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Eisenberg Original Chatelaine. Not yet sure about dating it.

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Isn't this an amazing piece?  It is quite unique.
The photo is courtesy of Celia Sawyer of Bear With Me Antiques


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The stones in the drops are unfoiled; I am happy to say that I have this one in my collection

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Back of the pin with the dangles

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Crowns from Eisenberg, some are signed

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Crown shape pin with black beads in an unusual design.

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No sparkle, just glowing cabs. Early Eisenberg Original

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EO odd fish. Made in several different colors.
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EO fish with red rhinestones, unmarked according to the seller

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EO fish with topaz stones. Mark on the back

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I lost out on the ebay bidding for this one, but the seller sent me pictures.  Anyone ever seen this one before?
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The seller, Rich Blakley, gave permission to use these pictures.

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Very 3 dimensional  (how do you spell that?)

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Large Eisie Original. It is most unusual.

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This must have been time consuming to set the stones

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The Eisenberg Original mark is on the bottom leaf on the right side

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Another picture of the front of this marvelous piece. These pictures are courtesy of Julia Moore, the seller.

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Very large and elaborate pin/clip.
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Back of the BIG pin/clip. The mark is Eisenberg Original

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Eisenberg Original. This is not mine, but so very different that I wanted to show you. The large aqua stones are chipped.

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Back of previous picture. The owner is gong to wear it as a pendant

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Pair of Fighting Cocks. Eisenberg Original and Sterling

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Another Eisenberg. This mirror came in a cloth pouch and is to use to put on your lipstick

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In a magazine ad from Dec.1941. Original price was $12.50

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Back of previous bow.  Pictures courtesy of Rita Perloff.

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The EO mark

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Here is the ad showing this bow pin.

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Eisie magazine ad from Feb. 1941
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Pin shown in preceding ad. Courtesy of Cynthia Fore Miller.

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Back of previous piece. At that time, most jewelry was made with cyrstal stones rather than colored ones.

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Wonderful pair of earrings that belong to Rita M.

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Back of an earring showing the mark of a block E.

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This is the same design as the green earrings. The color listed on its tag is Lapis. The colored piece is some form of plastic.

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The Broom Lady. Sterling pin/clip. Picture furnished by Jim Katz.  Eisenberg Original

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Back of the Broom Lady

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The mark on the Broom Lady

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Lady with a bucket.  These 2 are sometimes called "Char Women". Pin/clip. Sterling. Eisenberg Original

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Back of the lady with the bucket; This picture is courtesy of Jim Katz

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Signature on the back of the Bucket Lady

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This EO is quite large. 3¼"

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This EO is beautiful, and heavy 3" TALL

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Shown in a 1945 ad.  Yes, I know there is a stone missing, I am looking for it!  2½" across

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This, believe it or not, is a holder for a perfume bottle. Ruth remembers at least 4 different designs to hold specific bottles.

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The back of the holder. Not very big, 1 3/4" tall.

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The holder is sterling and is signed.  I did not even know such a thing existed.

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A holder with the bottle in. Picture is courtesy of Rita Davis

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I found these screw earrings in a 1944 ad.  Oddly enough, the clip pictured with them is not exactly like these. Clips are 1 3/4" tall

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The old one like this is a pin/clip, is sterling with a gold wash, and slightly smaller. this mark is a scroll E. No longer available.
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And here is the Original  It is not mine, darnit!
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A few boxes of Eisenberg jewels, but not the Salamander

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I have always thought this fellow looked ancient Egyptian. An Eisenberg Original

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Pin/clip back of EO.  Ruth says this is not a specific ethnic type, just a figure.

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Matching EO compact and ciggy case

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Another matched set

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Eisenberg Bunny

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A huge Eisenberg Original pin.  4½" tall, with little metal loops on the back so it could be sewed on to a dress.

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EO Angel. From the book "Costume Jewelry Figurals" by Kathy Flood.
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This figural is also from Kathy's book.  Notice the stars are like the ones in picture #10. The price was included just to give an idea of a value.

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Ad from 1945,showing the next pieces.

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Set shared by Judy Miller

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Back of the pin

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Enamel "beach ball" Mark Eisenberg
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I had never seen an EO Dragon, but Ruth says she did design them.
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Back of Dragon clip

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Closer picture of Dragon

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Unusual old Eisenberg Original

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This one is shared by Patricia

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Gorgeous clamper, shared by Teresa Knowles.

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Showing mark

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This is a big one!

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This belongs to Teresa Knowles. could the next one be missing a piece?

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Belongs to Connie.  This is an Eisie

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This is a couble page ad. The other page shows a bottle of perfume and the word "Eisenberg"

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Courtesy of Diane Wofford. I have seen this with red rhinestones.

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This was sold to me as an Eisenberg.  Maybe. But the stones are not at all typical. I have the repro in red stones.

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Compare the prices of these two bracelets, same design, many years apart. I have matching necklaces.

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Does this look like Eisenberg to you?  Very unusual

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I am guessing the age of this as in the late 70's, but would welcome any other opinion

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Have not yet dated this one. The Mark is a block E. Shown by the courtesy of Erin Buffaline.

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The Eisenberg Company seldom made bangles.  This is a beauty

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Ring marked Eisenberg Original and Sterling.  Stones not in good condition

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Ruth Kamke design for Eisenberg   Zodiac Symbol--one of 12

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Back of Zodiac symbol. This is Gemini    Courtesy of Kathy Small

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These will give you an idea of what to watch for

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Very unusual design. Courtesy of Barbara J.

 
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What an honor to even see photographs of CJ of this calliber!  Thank you Bobbye!
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Claire Chambers | http://rozessecondhandnews.blogspot.com, Sun, 23 Oct 2011 10:27PM
WOW another WONDERFUL group of pieces. Thank you so much for sharing them with everyone.
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