Lady Elwyn-Jones née Pearl Binder (born 1904, died 1990). Author, playwright, stained-glass artist, lithographer, sculptor, ceramicist and champion of the Pearly Kings and Queens, she was a legendary character who had a lifelong fascination with the East End of London where she settled in the 1920s. She was born in Salford and studied art at evening classes. In the early days of television she presented a programme on the history of fashion and in the course of her life travelled extensively in Russia and China, wrote a musical, designed costumes for a theatre company, wrote stories for children, designed a Pearly mug and plate for Wedgwood and instigated and executed 22 armorial windows at the House of Lords. In 1937 she married Frederick Elwyn-Jones and in 1964 he became Lord Chancellor. She took little part in politics but was always a keen supporter of women's rights.