Eisenberg Original Vintage Rare Crystal Bow Brooch Sterling Silver 1940s
An ultra rare signed piece of mid 1940s 'Eisenberg Original' jewellery, set in an extremely heavy sterling solid silver mount and adorned with beautiful Austrian Swarovski crystals. Eisenberg were one of the most renowned costume jewellery companies during the 30s and 40s and the 'Eisenberg Originals' their earliest jewellery range. This is a seriously beautiful piece made between 1943 and 1948, comprising very detailed silver work. This particular design is possibly the largest bow design Eisenberg made - a look made popular by Hollywood. The silver setting cleverly depicts a large and beautiful floppy bow utilising several levels of construction to present the different twists and turns of the ribbon. The bow is set with a stunning array of high quality round and cushion cut Austrian crystal stones, in a variety of sizes. Eisenberg Original pieces are adored not only for their design and size, also their crystals as they have a wonderful cut, clarity and sparkle. The unequaled sparkle and clarity of 'Eisenberg Original' stones was due to the high lead content of the stones. A personal favourite and a beautiful and classic addition to a jewellery collection. In addition to the quality of the materials and design, this piece is without doubt a stunning piece of fashion history and exceptionally rare. The brooch is in excellent vintage condition with a small amount of age related colouring mainly in the central crystal stone. This is mentioned for accuracy and does not detract from the huge amount of sparkle and life that the stones still give out. These pieces really have to be seen and handled to be believed. The brooch measures approx. 8cm by 5cm and has at least a couple of centimetres depth. A simply adorable piece.... Please note. The model image is intended to portray a styling option using a variety of pieces of Eisenberg 1940s Sterling Silver Jewellery and also to help portray the scale of the individual items. The product available on this page is shown in the additional individual images on this page. The price given is the price of the individual Eisenberg bow as described above and pictured individually in the images on this page.