Work by Andrew Lamb is acquired by the V&A Museum and The Alice and Louis Koch Collection

March 6, 2018

Jeweller Andrew Lamb has had pieces of work acquired by two leading museums.

The Lenticular Ring, 2015 has been purchased by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and will go on the display in the new Victoria and Albert Museum, Dundee when it opens this year in September.

The Lenticular Zollner Ring 2017 has been purchased for The Alice and Louis Koch Collection.

Purchased for The Alice and Louis Koch Collection. The Swiss National Museum says of the collection: “One of the world’s largest and most significant collections of rings (over 2,500), illustrating the history of finger rings over a period of 4,000 years.  This is a uniquely diverse collection which serves as a valuable historical reference and is on permanent loan to the Swiss National Museum. It represents the long history of finger rings, beginning in ancient Egypt, up through ancient Rome, the Middle Ages and Modernity including the 21st century.  The collection impressively portrays this area of jewellery-making, from its earliest beginnings right up to the present day”

See Andrew Lamb’s 2017 exhibitor profile here.

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