On the Edelweiss medal:
I agree with Jim in that it was made by the owner for personal wear as a watch fob token. The Edelweiss is the standard Gebirgsjaeger Edelweiss used on the Bergmuetze
. The dark green backing denotes Austrian origin, although I've read it also may denote 1st Mountain Division (I favour the Austrian explanation). The ski is just a personal touch may be to show he was a expert skier.
On the Eismeer-medal:
These came in two versions: a silver coloured one and the more bronze one like yours. There are copies of these on the market, but these can be easily detected by their lack of detail (up till now that is). Jim is right in this as well, as it being a remembrance 'medal' for anticipation in some event. In this case being at the Eismeerfront during the denoted period.
I've added two pictures of similar medals.
The first being a non-wearable medallion on Christmas on the Eismeerfront in 1942.