My current sales:
Eisenberg Jewelry started out in 1914 as a women’s clothier, and used jewelry to adorn their displays. When the jewelry proved to be more popular than the clothes, they changed their focus and by the 30s were best known for their costume jewelry, including reproductions of 18th century fine jewelry.
Resources you might find useful:
- Interview with Bobye Syverson at Morning Glory Antiques and Jewelry
- Collector’s Weekly article on Eisenberg
- Guyot Bros. page on Eisenberg enamels