Handcrafted, Delicate and carefully considered for you, Rebekah Ann has your sprinkle of jewelry covered.
Rebekah’s story began in 2002 when she signed up for an evening jewelry making class, fast-forward 12 years and she is the owner of a thriving company creating personable jewelry that will be loved for generations.
Delicate by design, Rebekah’s pieces are simply beautiful. Handcrafted, lovingly considered and carefully chosen for wear-ability and diversity, Rebekah Ann has you covered day to night, office to cocktail bar, Sunday snuggles to wedding day.
Rebekah Ann Jewellery is a personable, modern jewelry company that aims to provide all ages, personalities and styles with effortlessly stylish jewelry. Rebekah Ann’s collection is an array of beautiful natural golden and silver tones and simple, delicate designs perfect or any (and every) occasion.
“Every item of jewellery is lovingly made by me for you.” Let’s take a look behind the jewelry and met the woman herself.
Rebekah Ann Jewellery is such a beautiful brand; how did it begin?
“In 2002 I joined an evening jewelry class. In the second term my tutor came in with application forms for me for two Universities, so I left my job and went and studied at the CASS! Fast forward 12 years, while working for two Sussex based jewellers I was encourage to build my own company and Rebekah Ann Jewellery was born.”
Where do you get the inspiration for your designs?
“I'm inspired by my travels and hobbies but also things that I see that spark something within me, a connection almost.”
Can you recall a particularly emotional moment with a client that will stay with you forever?
“Jewelry can spark real and deep emotion in people. My most heart warming but also most upsetting is too personal for my client for me to share details but I felt truly honoured that I could make them something to keep with them forever.”
If you could only wear one piece from your collection, what would it be and why?
“My Ouroboros ring! He was so fun to crave and I love that people don't know right away that he's a snake. Also for what the Ouroboros represents. I do catch myself looking at him...
(Sorry I call all my jewellery him!)”
Winding down after a day in the studio is sometimes difficult for a designer, what do you do to help this process?
I love fitness, OCRs are a personal favourite. So a run or a work out. But at the moment i'm loving my end of the week aerial classes. It challenges me but also I feel like a child hanging upside down from the ropes or silks!