Friday, August 09, 2013


Coppola e Toppo, a duo of brother and sister from Italy, rose to fame right after War World II, when Elsa Schiaparelli commissioned them to work on a jewelry line for her brand. Balenciaga, Pierre Balmain, Jacques Fath, Jeanne Lanvin followed. Today Coppola e Toppo pieces are highly collectible. It is easy to understand why. Worn by itself with a little black dress this bracelet is sure to start a conversation. 
Eisenberg started in the twenties in Chicago making very expensive high end jewelry. Artists like Picasso and Miro collaborated with the house on designing some of the enamel pieces. Very collectible and refined this art deco inspired pin comes from the 70's. Swarovski crystals set on sterling silver will make for a beautiful addition to any fur or winter coat this fall. 

Coppola e Toppo faux crystal bracelet, c. 1960's.  SOLD

Eisenberg art deco inspired pin c. 1970's. 

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