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90/1063 Finger rings (5), 'Spinner', sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988. Click to enlarge.

Finger rings (5), ‘Spinner’, sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988

    Finger rings (5), 'Spinner', sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988

    Summary

    Object No.

    90/1063

    Object Statement

    Finger rings (5), 'Spinner', sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988

    Physical Description

    Finger rings (5), 'Spinner', sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988

    Source

    Credit Line

    Purchased 1990

    Acquisition Date

    28 November 1990

    Cite this Object

    Harvard

    Finger rings (5), 'Spinner', sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 September 2020, <https://ma.as/102292>

    Wikipedia

    {{cite web |url=https://ma.as/102292 |title=Finger rings (5), 'Spinner', sterling silver / 18ct gold / nickel alloy stand, Wendy Ramshaw, United Kingdom, 1987-1988 |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=19 September 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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