Eisenberg enamel bracelet and earrings from the famed 1970s Eisenberg enamel series is a wonderful, pristine and very wearable example in gorgeous indigo blues, teals and greens. I have had the good fortune to know Karl Eisenberg and have had the pleasure of a number of conversations with him about Eisenberg jewelry. Karl's wife was an artist and I believe it was this enamel series that was the work he was most proud of. The Artist Series, adapting designs in enamel after iconic modern artists like, Miro, Braque, Van Gogh. Picasso... was exhibited at the Contemporary Museum of Art in Chicago and it is my personal opinion that the enamels will become recognized as iconic for the third generation of Eisenberg designs.
The bracelet offered here has enameled ends that are approximately 3/4 x 3/4" and the bracelet is spring loaded at the back to allow the bracelet to be twisted to comfortably open and slide onto the wrist. The inner dimension of the bracelet is approximately 2-1/4 x 1-3/4" and fits my average sized wrist comfortably. The earrings arrived with the bracelet and complement it beautifully. They measure approximately 1-1/8" in diameter with ear clips that are comfortably fitted to sit on the ear securely. The set is in Excellent Condition and appears never to have been worn. The bracelet is marked on the reverse of the enamel ends, "EISENBERG" with a copyright symbol, raised from the mold.. One earring has a similar signature on the reverse.
The Eisenberg enamels from the 1970s will continue to be appreciated and worn with pride by collectors who love art and jewelry. They lend themselves to today's fashions so well that they were certainly ahead of their time..(#45971-EisenbergEnamelBraceletEarringsmsg1