Belt buckle designed by Ruth Kamke. It is 2" x 3½" She designed many buckles, where are they?
Back of the buckle.The turquoise are faux
Close up of the lion
Eisenberg Original. A Ruth Kamke design
The word "Original" is not there.
Ruth says that she DID design this one, so it is an Eisenberg Original
This one was a gift from Jane Clark. May have been the first design like this
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.
This design was also rarely made with crystal rhinestones
This pendant is stamped "EISENBERG" on the back and also has a metal tag on the chain. Mid 1970s
Stick pin with King Tut head in my collection. Karl Eisenberg told me that there are also earrings.
Close-up of stick pin. These were made during the visit to the US of the exhibit of things from the Tomb of Tutankhamon
Back of the stick pin showing the signature. Picture courtesy of Yvonne and Sam.
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
A nice "go with" for the following clips. Courtesy of Carol
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.
An EO with the elegant and eye catching combination of ruby red stones with turquoise color tiny beads. Courtesy of Sheri
A very attractive color combination, seldom seen. Courtesy of Shelley Osborn
Pendants marked with a block E. The chains are very long and heavy.
Mermaid design from 1946. Designed by Ruth Kamke.
Back of the Mermaid
Eisenberg Mermaid with amber color beads. Most of her gold wash has worn off. Notice the red lipstick
Old magazine ad from 1946, showing the Mermaid
Notice the difference in size. The authentic old Mermaid is the one on the right (blue beads). Both marked Eisenberg Original
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
See picture #85-86 for the design patent, and piece in crystal stones. Picture shared by Kim Akey
Notice that the emerald shape red stones have the proper type of settings.
This has been reproduced but the "stones" were cast in the metal.
These are all rhinestones. Lovely.
Shown to us by Judy Miller
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
Very rare tree pin. Part of the Classic Series in 1994. The mark is Eisenberg Ice, with a tiny 94 under the name.
Made in two slightly different colors, there are only 80 of each color. An unintentional collectible. 3" tall
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.
An unusal design in crystal stones. Thanks to Nona for sharing
This deer was made in sterling with a gold wash. Notice that the flower design in rhinestones is like the Ballerinas skirt.
This deer is owned by Georgia Mackey of Oklahoma
Rather unusual old Eienberg Original with molded glass stones.
Ruth told me that the glass moonstones were used early in the 1940s.
I bought this hoping it was an Eisie. Opinion? There is a mark on the back, but not readable.
Unmarked, but probably an Eisie.
Courtesy of Davida
Here is aaother color in the EO Vase design. An old Eisenberg Original. Courtesy of Mary, a non-mamber (Crazicollector)
I am trying to learn how many colors this piece was made in. an old EO
This is the property of Elise, it is very much like Sam and Yvonne's piece.
This one belongs to Sam and Yvonne
Notice that the big colored stone is faceted in the old pieces.
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.
This is the reproduction vase. I would like it better if the color of the stone in the vase had been blue or purple.
This amazing EO is shared with us by Davida
A marked EO in one of the company's favorite color combinations. A little over 3" across.
An Eisenberg Original horse, covered in rhinestones. The hooves were enameled red.
Used by permission of "Tables to teacups"
One of the other horse dedigns. The mark is Eisenberg Original.
The 1946 ad from Harpers Bazaar magazine shows the pin in the previous picture.
This is supposedly an Eisenberg Original, and is signed that way on the inside, in ink! No other mark.
Eisenberg Original Chatelaine. Not yet sure about dating it.
Isn't this an amazing piece? It is quite unique.
The photo is courtesy of Celia Sawyer of Bear With Me Antiques
The stones in the drops are unfoiled; I am happy to say that I have this one in my collection
Back of the pin with the dangles
Crowns from Eisenberg, some are signed
Crown shape pin with black beads in an unusual design.
No sparkle, just glowing cabs. Early Eisenberg Original
EO odd fish. Made in several different colors.
"This looks like a Beta or ..."
EO fish with red rhinestones, unmarked according to the seller
EO fish with topaz stones. Mark on the back
I lost out on the ebay bidding for this one, but the seller sent me pictures. Anyone ever seen this one before?
"Dear Bobye, I have this gu..."
The seller, Rich Blakley, gave permission to use these pictures.
Very 3 dimensional (how do you spell that?)
Large Eisie Original. It is most unusual.
This must have been time consuming to set the stones
The Eisenberg Original mark is on the bottom leaf on the right side
Another picture of the front of this marvelous piece. These pictures are courtesy of Julia Moore, the seller.
Very large and elaborate pin/clip.
Shown with the permission of Sandé Kattslau
Back of the BIG pin/clip. The mark is Eisenberg Original
Eisenberg Original. This is not mine, but so very different that I wanted to show you. The large aqua stones are chipped.
Back of previous picture. The owner is gong to wear it as a pendant
Pair of Fighting Cocks. Eisenberg Original and Sterling
Another Eisenberg. This mirror came in a cloth pouch and is to use to put on your lipstick
In a magazine ad from Dec.1941. Original price was $12.50
Back of previous bow. Pictures courtesy of Rita Perloff.
The EO mark
Here is the ad showing this bow pin.
Eisie magazine ad from Feb. 1941
The ad is too big for my scanner.
Pin shown in preceding ad. Courtesy of Cynthia Fore Miller.
Back of previous piece. At that time, most jewelry was made with cyrstal stones rather than colored ones.
Wonderful pair of earrings that belong to Rita M.
Back of an earring showing the mark of a block E.
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.
The Broom Lady. Sterling pin/clip. Picture furnished by Jim Katz. Eisenberg Original
Back of the Broom Lady
The mark on the Broom Lady
Lady with a bucket. These 2 are sometimes called "Char Women". Pin/clip. Sterling. Eisenberg Original
Back of the lady with the bucket; This picture is courtesy of Jim Katz
Signature on the back of the Bucket Lady
This EO is quite large. 3¼"
This EO is beautiful, and heavy 3" TALL
Shown in a 1945 ad. Yes, I know there is a stone missing, I am looking for it! 2½" across
This, believe it or not, is a holder for a perfume bottle. Ruth remembers at least 4 different designs to hold specific bottles.
The back of the holder. Not very big, 1 3/4" tall.
The holder is sterling and is signed. I did not even know such a thing existed.
A holder with the bottle in. Picture is courtesy of Rita Davis
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
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.
"I have one that has a gold..."
And here is the Original It is not mine, darnit!
"I have this pin and it is ..."
A few boxes of Eisenberg jewels, but not the Salamander
I have always thought this fellow looked ancient Egyptian. An Eisenberg Original
Pin/clip back of EO. Ruth says this is not a specific ethnic type, just a figure.
Matching EO compact and ciggy case
Another matched set
A huge Eisenberg Original pin. 4½" tall, with little metal loops on the back so it could be sewed on to a dress.
EO Angel. From the book "Costume Jewelry Figurals" by Kathy Flood.
Used with permission, of course.
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.
Ad from 1945,showing the next pieces.
Set shared by Judy Miller
Back of the pin
Enamel "beach ball" Mark Eisenberg
Courtesy of Cheri and Rocky of Milky Way Jewels
I had never seen an EO Dragon, but Ruth says she did design them.
Picture courtesy of Killrstuff (ebay ID)
Back of Dragon clip
Closer picture of Dragon
Unusual old Eisenberg Original
This one is shared by Patricia
Gorgeous clamper, shared by Teresa Knowles.
This is a big one!
This belongs to Teresa Knowles. could the next one be missing a piece?
Belongs to Connie. This is an Eisie
This is a couble page ad. The other page shows a bottle of perfume and the word "Eisenberg"
Courtesy of Diane Wofford. I have seen this with red rhinestones.
This was sold to me as an Eisenberg. Maybe. But the stones are not at all typical. I have the repro in red stones.
Compare the prices of these two bracelets, same design, many years apart. I have matching necklaces.
Does this look like Eisenberg to you? Very unusual
I am guessing the age of this as in the late 70's, but would welcome any other opinion
Have not yet dated this one. The Mark is a block E. Shown by the courtesy of Erin Buffaline.
The Eisenberg Company seldom made bangles. This is a beauty
Ring marked Eisenberg Original and Sterling. Stones not in good condition
Ruth Kamke design for Eisenberg Zodiac Symbol--one of 12
Back of Zodiac symbol. This is Gemini Courtesy of Kathy Small
These will give you an idea of what to watch for
Very unusual design. Courtesy of Barbara J.