Who is Angela Cummings?
Angela Cummings was born in Austria and came to America with her parents at the age of three years old during World War II. She studied art in Perugia, Italy, and launched her collection for Tiffany & Co. in 1975. She was known for using lots of color and being experimental with her materials. Her collections were nature themed with dragonflies, flowers, feathers, rose petals, and leaves. She used platinum, silver, gold, and even wood with her gems, along with mother of pearl, coral, and opal. She retired in 2003. Before that, she designed another collection that sold on the QVC Shopping Channel. This collection was also very popular.
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