Designer Wendy Ramshaw's work re-emerges on the market

Contemporary jewellery designer Wendy Ramshaw’s earlier work, including her signature ring stacks first made in 1967, is coming back onto the market.

In contemporary jewellery circles, the Sunderland-born designer Wendy Ramshaw (b.1939) would need little by way of introduction. But, as a relatively new name to watch in the secondary marketplace, she might. A child of the Festival of Britain whose first escapade in commercial jewellery design was the Something Special self-assembly paper jewellery sold through Mary Quant’s Bazaar and other fashionable London outlets in the Swinging Sixties, it was not until the following decade that her career took off. ...