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Costume Jewelry2525 of 3138VINTAGE MERMAID BROOCH"Amael"; any info on this maker?
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Posted 3 years ago


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i found this dont know much about it .say eisenburg origial and sterling silver. all stones are in it.does anyone know value age anything on it.

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  1. mswhite mswhite, 3 years ago
    Wow! very nice brooch. I dont know the possible value, however, someone will see it here and let you know. You can also go to ebay search Eisenberg Jewelry and see if you can find something similar, that will give you an idea on how much you can possibly sell for.
  2. FineLines FineLines, 3 years ago
    Eisenburg is easily researched as it is a prominent manufacturer among costume jewelry collecting resources. Just Google the name or visit your local library for costume jewelry books. The stones look a bit cloudy unless that is from your camera flash. CollectorsWeekly is a wonderful source of articles - just click through and read to your heart's content.
    Here is another web site that is a good start for your research:

  3. NewbieVintage, 3 years ago
    I just found out your name on your brooch is actually considered a fur clip.

    Eisenberg Originals Fur or Pin Clip

    Circa: Late 1940s.

    This pot metal piece fastens to a garment with a double-pronged clip known as a fur clip to collectors, but found in patents noted as a pin , the one I see here is valued at 146.00.
  4. solver, 3 years ago
    I feel certain that NV didn't notice that your Eisenburg piece is clearly marked "STERLING," which will affect the value when looking at comparables.

    Eisenburg is highly sought after by collectors, as FineLines pointed out, who also gave you the best site for reference (and my favorite for antique jewelry and accessories).

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