The first thing I noticed when I saw the pandoras ring and necklace was its resemblance to a necklace I had owned for decades.
The necklace was gold, its ring silver and the necklaces were silver and gold.
That ring was from the 1940s, which was when the pandoras popularity peaked.
But the ring was new.
Its original owner, Barbara T. Wicker, had worn it at the World’s Fair of 1939, which she did when she was a teenager.
But Wicker died in 1977.
A few years later, Wicker’s granddaughter, Linda, bought it.
The pair, who met at a convention in New York City, took the ring from Wicker.
Linda Wicker was a young, ambitious jewelry designer and designer of the world’s most expensive and intricate jewelry pieces.
Linda was a pioneer in making jewelry that looked good in the evening.
She began in the 1920s making necklacing for wealthy families, but her designs evolved to include jewelry that would last forever.
Linda had a knack for fashion design, and her jewelry was a perfect fit for the fashion era, says her grandson, Bill Wicker of Dallas.
“We had some wonderful customers, including celebrities like Lady Gaga and John Wayne,” Bill Wickers says.
Linda’s creations, such as the gold chain necklace, were a hit with the audience, he says.
But Linda died in 1976 at the age of 78, leaving behind a fortune and a legacy of design that spans decades.
It was Linda Wickers that inspired Barbara T Wicker to create a line of jewelry that she named the Panda Jewelry line.
Bill Wicks says that her daughter, Barbara Wicker Hays, was the one who brought Linda’s designs to life, creating her own unique designs.
Linda created a line that was completely unique, Bill says.
The Wickers had two daughters, Linda and Dorothy, who would become successful designers and designers of their own.
Dorothy Wickers designed jewelry for many of her contemporaries, including the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Betty Friedan, Bill recalls.
Dorothy had a passion for design and a knack of it, Bill explains.
She started with a single piece of jewelry, which would become the foundation for all of her designs.
Dorothy also designed the Panda jewelry for her granddaughter Linda.
“I think she really enjoyed the design of the jewelry and wanted to create jewelry that had the longevity of a piece of art,” Bill says of Linda.
In addition to her mother, Linda was also the mother of five other children.
She also had five grandchildren.
“She had a great sense of humor, and she was very passionate about her jewelry and jewelry design,” Bill explains of Linda’s mother.
Linda, Dorothy and their children lived a life of wealth and fame, Bill adds.
“And when they passed away, they were buried in Arlington National Cemetery,” Bill recalls of Linda and her mother.
“So she was not alone.
We were lucky that we were able to be with her.”
Bill Wills says that Linda was one of the greatest women in the jewelry industry of her time, and he says that she is one of those women who influenced so many generations of women in jewelry.
“My grandmother Barbara is one person that really shaped the jewelry world,” Bill adds, “and that’s the reason why I think the jewelry jewelry world is so much bigger today than it was in her time.”
Linda Wicks’ son Bill says that while he loves the jewelry that his grandmother made, he thinks it is a good thing that the jewelry is now a thing of the past.
“When Barbara died, she was just at the peak of her career, and when she passed, we all knew it was time to move on,” Bill said.
Linda died at the time that Barbara Wickers was becoming famous, Bill said, but his grandmother would be a wonderful inspiration to us all.
He hopes that Linda’s legacy will inspire more women to follow her example.
Linda T Wickers’ daughter Barbara was a beautiful woman who was just so passionate about making jewelry, Bill added.
“Barbara was one in a million,” Bill explained.
And if you’re interested in hearing more about Linda T.”
It’s a great reminder that we are all in this together,” Bill concludes.
And if you’re interested in hearing more about Linda T.
Wickers, you can visit her website.