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"My work is a reflection of my belief that jewellery should be more than just an accessory, it should be a meaningful and lasting addition to one's life story"

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Step into the world of Rebekah Ann Jewellery, where each creation is an embodiment of passion and purpose. As the artisan behind the brand, I, Rebekah Ann, bring over two decades of experience as a goldsmith to infuse every piece with heart and soul. Beyond mere adornments, my creations are meaningful works of art meticulously crafted to reflect a profound commitment to eco-consciousness and sustainability.

Inspired by the timeless allure of ancient jewellery and the inherent beauty of raw materials, I embarked on a mission to redefine luxury with purpose. Sustainability is not just a concept; it's a cornerstone of my brand ethos. Through the use of recycled materials and sustainable practices, I demonstrate that style and conscience can seamlessly intertwine.

Each piece at Rebekah Ann Jewellery is crafted by hand, tailored to tell a unique story that resonates with its wearer. Specialising in Engagement, Wedding, and Capsule Collections, I endeavour to minimise our environmental footprint without compromising on elegance. My dedication to responsible sourcing and sustainable craftsmanship has been acknowledged with prestigious accolades, including being named a Muddy Stilettos Best Sussex Jeweller Finalist in 2022 and 2023, a testament to the trust and support of my cherished customers.

I invite you to join me in embracing jewellery that transcends aesthetics, honouring both the beauty of our planet and the pursuit of purposeful luxury. Welcome to Rebekah Ann Jewellery, where each piece is not just an accessory but a conscious choice to make a difference.



PURPOSEFUL: Every item for jewellery is made to order, it has a purpose before it’s life has begun. It’s a ring the represent a couples love, it’s a gift for a friends, it’s a self gift to mark a mile stone’s. Your item of jewellery was purposefully made for you and only you. It’s also made in a purposeful way, purposefully having as little impact on our environment as possible.

SUSTAINABLE: Slow made, made to order is a sustainable way to work. Only using and sourcing valuable resources as and when they are needed. Not carrying back stock of gold, or having work just sat in stock boxes hoping someone might buy it one day. It’s something I can maintain and helps ensure that the above values are met. Working in a way that looks to the future and works towards less devastation for generations to come.
Thinking beyond the life of the product, what can happen to its at the end of its life. I do sometimes make a very small number of one off designs but never carry more than 4-5 items.

ECO CONSCIOUS: Or eco aware. I’m consciously aware of the environment and what impact I and my business might be having and what I can do to lessen this. The environment is at the core of my business and jewellery. Over the years, following conversations and learning I’ve removed nasty chemicals from the workshop replacing with natural alternatives, I’ve stopped offering certain finishes. I’m only using recycled or responsible sourced materials, I off set my CO2 , I use recycled and compostable packing, to name a few of my steps. I know how impactful my jewellery and my business can be on the environment so I’m working to reduce this impact as much as possible.

The language used in the industry and to describe certain aspects of being a goldsmith and a sustainable jeweller can be tricky and so I make sure to reference and work along side the Jewelry Glossary Project to help make sure that customers and goldsmiths/jewellers/sellers are using the same reference to make sure there is a transparency across the board with regards to the turns used.
The goal of the Jewelry Glossary Project is to create shared definitions of key terms within the jewelry industry for use by the trade and the public. The project was launched to increase transparency throughout the supply chain, by building consensus on definitions for key terms and creating accountability for their usage. 


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