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Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry. We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, purses and accessories.
To be alerted when NEW ITEMS are added to the site, please e-mail jane@morninggloryantiques.com and we will be glad to add you to the contact list.
All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise.  All items are subject to prior sale.
We work constantly to offer extensive jewelry research, pictures and information in our reference, " Jewel Chat " and gallery " Morning Glory Collects ". 
We share our reference material free of charge and work hard to make it accurate, but as with any research, mistakes can be made. We are not responsible for the use you make of the information here or the honest mistakes that may occur from time to time.
We do not offer identification, valuation or appraisal services. 

TO PURCHASE: You are on a reference page of Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry. Most of these items were photographed from private collections, and are for reference only.
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Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry presents
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JEWEL CHAT
Costume Jewelry Magazine

 


JEWELRY ADVERTISING

Eisenberg
One of the most exciting reference sources for attributing and dating vintage jewelry is the advertising in magazines from years past. These wonderful old ads illustrate how jewelry was worn, when it was made, and how it coordinated with the styles of the time.

 

EISENBERG 1946 Vogue
includes Mermaid brooch

EISENBERG mermaid brooch, picture courtesy of Debbie Goodwyn of Goodwyn Antiques.

EISENBERG ORIGINALS 1946 ad for the piece to the right.

EISENBERG Original sterling, clear rhinestones and glass pearls fur clip, marked "Eisenberg Original sterling" on the back, c 1940s, 3" by 2", with box, the ad dates it to 1946.   View   View   #E37695

 

 EISENBERG Original "King's Ransom" 1941 gold tone fur clip with blue and clear rhinestones, a heavy well made piece, with an all but invisible repair on the back, circa 1941, a large 4-1/2". This style can be seen on page 285 of Brunialti's "American Costume Jewelry". It is interesting to see the vintage ad advertising this brooch HERE.    View   #E35330

Here is a quotation from a 1940's ad--"Jewelry of the future, as clear cut and dazzling as an iceberg in sunlight."  back, circa 1940, 4-1/2".   View   #E35330

 

EISENBERG ORIGINAL bracelet and the original 1946 AD, in which it is pictured at the bottom left of the ad to the left.

 

EISENBERG  1945

 

 

EISENBERG "Topaz Quartz" 1944
Vogue Magazine
Only rarely did the Eisenberg do any 14 karat jewelry.  The ad above shows a bow pin, earrings and a ring. The pin is vermeil but the ring and earrings are 14kt. There were several ring designs with the stones listed as "Brazilian Topaz
Quartz".
 

EISENBERG ORIGINAL sterling with gold wash bow pin and sterling vermeil screw back earrings with yellow faceted unfoiled stones, circa 1943, brooch 2-7/8" by 2-1/3" earrings 1". The single center stone was called a "topaz quartz" by the company.  These bows are numbered. Only once did the Eisenberg Company work in 14kt gold.  In 1943, there was an ad for earrings and a ring in 14kt, set with Citrines (aka Topaz Quartz).   View   #E35751 

EISENBERG ORIGINALS 1944
Harper's Bazaar

   EISENBERG ICE 1944
Courtesy of Sherry Jones 

 

 

EISENBERG STERLING "Decoration" brooch with clear rhinestones articulated dangling teardrop and centered with two large brilliant rhinestones, circa 1946, 3". This can be seen in Brunialti's "American Costume Jewelry, A-M" on page 172, who says it is designed by Ruth Kamke and manufactured by Fallon & Kappel for Eisenberg. There was an ad for it in the March 1946 edition of Vogue MagazineView   #E65123

EISENBERG STERLING "Decoration" brooch with clear rhinestones articulated dangling teardrop and centered with two large brilliant rhinestones, circa 1946, 3". This can be seen in Brunialti's "American Costume Jewelry, A-M" on page 172, who says it is designed by Ruth Kamke and manufactured by Fallon & Kappel for Eisenberg. There was an ad for it in the March 1946 edition of Vogue MagazineView   #E65123

EISENBERG sterling swirl clear rhinestones brooch, circa 1945, a large 3-1/4" across.   View   #E61657 

 

 

 

 

 

EISENBERG ICE

    CLEAR and the palest blue unfoiled rhinestone bracelet set in sterling, 7" by 11/16". View View #Y25051

Brenda Nurenberg has a gorgeous Eisenberg Fur clip, shown above, that she later found a picture of in a 1937 Harper's Bazaar Magazine...

...However, in the magazine, the fur clip is done in precious diamonds, sapphires and a huge aquamarine.  It was designed by Black Frost Star and Gorham. 
This is a perfect example of how costume jewelry emulated fine jewelry.

 

  It is interesting that earrings incredibly similar to the ones shown at the right are illustrated in this Schiaparelli ad from 1937.  This ad shows jewelry designs by Jean Schlumberger.

   EISENBERG gold tone and red enamel lady faces 1" earrings, marked on the back with the script "E".   View   View   #E21863

EISENBERG ORIGINAL dress ad, circa 1940.

    EISENBERG Original clear rhinestones bow brooch, 3-1/3" wide.  View   #E50457 

 

EISENBERG Original clear rhinestones fur clip circa 1941.  View   #E19921

EISENBERG ICE "for Christmas"  1941 
Jewelry and compacts.

EISENBERG red rhinestones set in gold tone ring, as is.   View  #E63726

 EISENBERG  1941

 

   EISENBERG clear rhinestone fur clip, unsigned.
Courtesy of Robin Deutsch

EISENBERG "Costume Dramatics"
"Division of Eisenberg & Sons Dressmakers"
Harper's Bazaar  1941

   EISENBERG clear rhinestone and aqua glass bow brooch.
Courtesy of Robin Deutsch

AQUA rhinestones set in gold tone ring, looking like and Eisenberg but with no marks to confirm that.   View   #Y63727

 

EISENBERG ORIGINALS

   EISENBERG Original clear rhinestone invisible front-fastening bracelet, 7" by 1-1/4".  View   View   View   #E22990 

  EISENBERG jewelry advertisement.
"Jewels and Perfume by Eisenberg" circa 1940.

EISENBERG "Excitement" Perfume  1946    

 

EISENBERG ORIGINAL scarf ad from 1945. It is interesting to remember that in the early days Eisenberg made clothing as well as jewelry.

EISENBERG ORIGINALS 1947 Vogue
Shows both jewelry and a compact.

    EISENBERG STERLING "E sterling" mark and clear rhinestone bracelet, 7-1/2" by 1/2".   View   View   #E28359

1947 Vogue Magazine
"Dressmakers, Jewelers, Perfumes"

 

EISENBERG ICE
"Fresh Flower Feeling... Crystallized in Ice"
Harper's Bazaar  1948-9

EISENBERG
Harper's Bazaar  1948

EISENBERG ICE
"Hearts & Flowers"
Vogue  1948

EISENBERG FLOWER HOLDER, a unique piece which is a little over 1-1/2 inches high and has both a clip and a pin back. The ad is from 1949. 

 

   EISENBERG ICE 1949 Vogue   EISENBERG ICE jewelry shown in the ad at left. The keystones on the round pin show the cloudiness that has taken place.  All three are layered and screwed together, and the mark is a scroll E on all of them, which helps with date that mark.
Courtesy of Bobye Styverson
Maidenform ad from December 1951 showing the model wearing red, white and blue clothing with the Eisenberg eagle brooch at her waist.  EISENBERG Iconic eagle brooch circa 1950, 2-1/4" by 2-1/4". There is some finish missing on left wing on the back, not visible from the front, and some stones are very slightly graying, so priced accordingly.  View   #E36307

 

EISENBERG ORIGINALS  1949

EISENBERG ICE "Gold n'Ice"  1949

EISENBERG ICE  1949
Prices quoted give us an idea what Eisenberg sold for in 1949.

EISENBERG ORIGINALS 1950
Note the jewelry worn as hat ornaments.

 

EISENBERG ICE 1950 Harper's Bazaar

  EISENBERG ICE brooch shown in ad at left.   View   #E11777

  EISENBERG catalogue
unknown date, circa 1965

EISENBERG simple but brilliant 14-16" clear rhinestone necklace.   #E26417  

 

EISENBERG 1951 advertisement.

  EISENBERG "Fireworks" brooch.

 EISENBERG 1951 advertisement.

EISENBERG ORIGINAL "red wires" brooch.

 

EISENBERG, Oct. 1951 Vogue
Pineapple pin of fake topazes, priced then at $27.00, Bergdorf Goodman

EISENBERG ICE "Chunks of Icy Fire"
1952

EISENBERG 1952
Jean Patchett in a Revlon ad for "Paint the Town Pink"

EISENBERG 1953

 

EISENBERG ICE 1953

   The bracelet in this picture is that advertised in the ad at left.

EISENBERG ICE
Vogue 1955

EISENBERG clear rhinestones set in silver tone necklace, circa 1955, 14" to 16" by 1/2".   View   View   #E31921

 

  EISENBERG clear rhinestones earrings, 1".  View   #E26419    

 EISENBERG flower brooch with wonderful heart shaped rhinestones, 2-1/8".  View   #E25144 

 EISENBERG clear rhinestone 2 inch long chandelier earrings with screw backs. How rare!   #E18297  

EISENBERG ICE 1955 Vogue

 

EISENBERG ICE 1956 Vogue

EISENBERG ICE
Vogue 1957 

EISENBERG clear rhinestones brooch with emerald cut clears shown in 1957 ad, 2-1/2".   View   #E23641   $56.00 

EISENBERG ICE "The Newer Shape"
Vogue 1958

 

EISENBERG ICE "With Porcelain White"
Vogue 1958

EISENBERG ICE 1959 Vogue

EISENBERG ICE 1959
Ad from 1959 "Eisenberg Ice Watercolor Originals".

   EISENBERG pink and lavender rhinestones brooch.
Courtesy of Lyn Peightal

 

  EISENBERG blue and lavender rhinestones set in silver tone bracelet with clear rhinestone accents, 6-3/4" by 1/2".   View   View   #E29273

EISENBERG clear rhinestone earrings, 7/8".  View   #E28578

EISENBERG clear rhinestones set in silver tone bracelet, circa 1955, 6-3/4" by 2/3".   View   #E31920

EISENBERG clear rhinestone dangles brooch circa 1960, 2-3/4".  View   #E29277

 

EISENBERG ICE "Glitter without end"  1960

EISENBERG clear rhinestone brooch and earrings.
Courtesy of Beth Rowlands  

EISENBERG ICE  1961

  EISENBERG clear rhinestones open oval brooch, 2-1/8"    View   #E26420

 

EISENBERG ICE "Sparkle of Elegance"
Harper's Bazaar  1962

EISENBERG ICE "The Priceless Look"
Harper's Bazaar  1962

EISENBERG ICE 1963

  EISENBERG blue and clear rhinestones earrings, 1-5/8".  View   #E24748

 

EISENBERG ICE  1964

EISENBERG ICE "Elegant Intricacies"  1964

EISENBERG ICE  1965

EISENBERG ICE  1965

 

EISENBERG ICE jewelry with rhinestones and glass pearls,1966.

  EISENBERG gray artificial pearls and rhinestones brooch and earrings, circa 1966.

   EISENBERG ICE  "The Glittering Generation"  1966

EISENBERG ICE
1968 Harper's Bazaar

 

   EISENBERG clear rhinestone earrings.  View   #E19293

EISENBERG ICE earrings
Harper's Bazaar  1967

  EISENBERG clear rhinestone 3/4" earrings.   #E18948

EISENBERG ICE
"Pink Glace"
Vogue 1968

 

EISENBERG ICE
"Glittering Jewels of a Glittering Season"
Vogue 1968

   EISENBERG  3" clear rhinestones brooch.  View   #   E20290

   EISENBERG clear rhinestones wreath brooch, 2" with the block signature.   View   #E23642

EISENBERG bracelets
"The Brilliant Touch"
Harper's 1969
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

 

EISENBERG brooches
"The Regal Touch"
Harper's 1969
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

    EISENBERG 1-3/4" crown pin, shown in 1969 ad at right.  View   #E4868 EISENBERG earrings
"The Glamour Touch"
Harper's 1969
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

EISENBERG rings
"The Elegant Touch"
Harper's 1969
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: Regretfully, it is no longer possible to respond to individual questions regarding jewelry history, identification or value, or to offer written or verbal appraisals or opinions. The demand for this kind of information is absolutely too overwhelming for one dealer to fill. 
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