Rebecca embarked on her journey with jewellery design after starting a young family. A Life long passion to create and make jewellery led her to a local artisan jeweller with whom Rebecca started an evening course.
She went on to do in house training which secured her a position within the company as a resident jewellery maker, it was here that Rebecca learnt most of her skills however she was keen to learn more so
enrolled on an advanced jewellers course in Plymouth.
Rebecca’s passion for jewellery started from a very young age, growing up in London where her mother owned an antique and collectables shop. She would spend time there mesmerised by the jewellery on display. Watching customers trying on the precious treasures and how their mannerisms and aura would change as they tried the jewellery on fascinated Rebecca. How a relationship would be created with the pieces as they were adorned by the jewellery has always stayed with her and it is these feelings that Rebecca hopes transpire with her work.
Rebecca was fortunate enough to travel to different countries as a child due to her father working within the airline industry, it was on these travels where her influences started, being introduced to different cultures and exploring some of the worlds most ancient ruins. she still loves to travel and continue to visit inspiring countries near and far when she can absorb and be influenced by the ancient history the world has to offer, where she can then translate this into her work. Rebecca now enjoys creating contemporary wearable pieces with a nod to history.
Using a variety of traditional silversmiths techniques and tools to create her work. All Rebecca’s work is handmade and designed in her studio on Dartmoor, Devon.