The story started in 2001 when Ronit Furst couldn’t find a frame to satisfy her turn-of-the-century, new beginnings feeling. She finally painted her own and after so many people stopped her in the street to ask which designer shop she got them from, she felt compelled to paint more. Even today, every Ronit Furst frame is hand-painted.
Quirky and individual, designed to look different from every angle and with fine detail and tiny embellishments, graduated colour schemes and asymmetric designs they effortlessly broadcast the wearer’s personality.
(If you are a Bake-Off fan, you’ll already be familiar with the design because Prue Leith wears Ronit Furst.)