Ben Rosenfeld was a British jewellery designer based in Hatton Garden. His jewellery design and production started around 1959, and he gained an international following throughout the 1960s and 70s for his fine jewellery designs.
Operating in the post-war period, Rosenfeld relies heavily on gold in his designs, with plenty of bold, heavy and bright designs. Ben was one of the few Hatton Garden jewellers of the time to attain a worldwide reputation, and he continued to work until 1987.
Today, one of his designs for a bracelet can be seen in the Victoria & Albert Museum. Pieces by Ben Rosenfeld are all signed with his maker's mark 'BRLd' and have a significant following of collectors.
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