UPDATED FROM THIS INFORMATIN RECEIVED:
|Dear oldcostumejewelry "HI, AMAZING BRACELET. IT IS ATTRIBUTED TO EISENBERG FOR HAVE HAD THE SAME BRACELET SIGNED EISENBERG. MANY UNSIGNED PIECE'S OF DIFFERENT MANUFACTURE'S WERE MADE SIGNED AND UNSIGNED PIECE'S OF THE SAME DESIGN'S. THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT IF LET'S SAY 100 PIECE'S WERE PURCHASED BY STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER THEY WERE SIGNED AS TO DESIGNER'S ORDERING 1000 OF THE SAME PIECE'S AT A REDUCED PRICE FOR THEIR GARMENT'S WERE UNSIGNED. THIS WAS A QUESTION I ASK HENRY SCHREINER'S GRANDSON WHY SOME OF THEIR ITEM'S WERE SIGNED OR UNSIGNED"
Thanks to glitzyman for this info
My original text as to the maker: Usually signed Eisenberg, Kramer, or perhaps Weiss, the construction, stones, and design point it out to be as one of those designers even though this one is not signed.
From the infomation above I now have it confirmed as an Eisenberg piece. This beautiful design is one that is quite familiar to collectors. Fabulous, incredible, bracelet with all clear rhinestones in various shapes and sizes. Most spectacular are the round stones, especially the largest ones set as the focal points in each sectioned link. They have extreme facet cuts giving them intense brilliance, like shimmering diamonds, so fabulous! You see these in the highest quality vintage jewelry. Photos do not pick up the amazing look of white diamonds which they resemble. Another quality feature is the invisible clasp which is not seen when the bracelet is securely clasped on the wrist. Add in the original safety chain and you have it all! This piece has the wonderful look of Old Hollywood, you can just see Joan Crawford wearing this on a movie set or out to one of those fabulous parties or award eventsest are so brilliant! Overall it is a spectacular piece...
It measures approx. 8" long x approx. 1~1/4" wide. However please note that being so wide and dimensional it fits a more small - medium size wrist comfortably