1944-1948 (based on mark and use of sterling, per Brunialti)
"E" in block letter & "X" on earring back; "STERLING" on screw-back
These 1940s sterling silver and diamanté earrings by Eisenberg are fashioned as flowers in a vase. They feature all of the beauty of the maker’s creations. The rhodium-plated setting has its original screw-backs.
The drops of these unusual Art Deco black Bakelite (or other plastic from the 1920s) earrings are embellished with a silver painted design and inlaid diamanté. A sterling chain connects each drop to a diamanté-centered black bead designed to adorn the earlobe. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Light-weight and easy to wear, these fun earrings work well for off-duty and business-casual wear. Scroll down to see a selection of Art Deco bracelets to wear with these earrings.
Large golden and brown topaz glass stones are prong set in gold-tone metal with round citrine glass accents in these clip-back earrings by Elsa Schiaparelli. The exotic three-sided shape of the large stones enhances the three-leaf clover design, and the elaborate construction of the earring backs exemplifies the maker's quality. This color combination can be seen in other Schiaparelli pieces. You can see the utility patent for the earring clasp here, shown below the names Frederick A. Ballou, Jr. & Rogers T. Stafford.
These 1950s Hattie Carnegie earrings feature a lovely shade of sapphire blue poured glass in a delicately-detailed gold-tone setting with clip-backs. Light passes through the glass. The design is timeless and versatile!
A filigree-capped jade-glass ball is suspended from a brass chain in these simple, yet elegant 1920s Art Deco earrings. A matching jade-glass disk is set to adorn the earlobe. These all-original screw-backs earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Scroll down to see two jade French Art Deco necklaces that both look fabulous with these earrings.