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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Spring Things

We've gone from Spring, into Summer - now back to Spring. However the warm weather arrives you will not find us complaining about any of it - only reveling in the new growth & green that abounds. Some seasonal inspiration below, pics from this past week..

                                                 A palette of Spring straight from our garden

                                Flowers at nearby Smith College, reflected in a pollen infused pool

                                                Precious Gem Vine Necklace in seasonal hues

  The sky in a ring! a Victorian Diamond & Sapphire Halo ring

                                Field from a recent trip to Great Barrington, the grass returns








Friday, May 8, 2015

Mother's Day

To help celebrate mother's everywhere, this weekend we're offering free earrings with any purchase over $200 - along with a special promotion in our Northampton location that includes a free massage! We'll also have select simple chains whose proceeds will go 100% to disaster relief in Nepal. Do come in!



Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Antique Engagement Rings

It's been awhile since we've featured diamond engagement rings on the blog but as we're coming in to the height of our season, seemed like a good time to share some of these beauties. The two below came in last week - perfect examples of the singular quality these rings offer. The one at top is quite special with incredible white gold filigree work & a perfectly low profile set off by brilliant antique diamonds. The ring at bottom is more classic but no less stunning, sparkling diamonds with a large solitaire set in gorgeously detailed & engraved platinum - wow.





















Thursday, April 23, 2015

Emerald Spring

If there is one stone that evokes all the brightness & light of Spring it would have to be emeralds. We had two orders for large carat emerald engagement rings that are so beautiful we had to share them. The ring pictured at top features an incredible 2 ct (!) oval emerald alongside hand made diamond leaves at either side. The 14k yellow gold sets of the green brilliantly. The ring below is a 1 ct 'emerald cut' emerald in a hand made bezel alongside two sparkling antique diamonds. It featured a florentine finish which we hadn't gotten to yet when the picture was taken but..you get the idea. Stunning!









Monday, April 13, 2015

Kaleidoscopic Jewels

Thanks for a great weekend! Our ring event was a big success. As a thanks here are some beautiful images NY Times photographer Marko Metzinger created while shooting still lifes of jewelry. From the T magazine blog: 'I began thinking about the way light was reflected and refracted through the facets of the cut gems — and particularly about how it lent the illusion of movement to these very inanimate objects'. Metzinger next started exploring the construction of kaleidoscopes, in which loose beads and pieces of glass reflect light through a series of mirrors to make ceaselessly shifting patterns. 'As I began, the jewelry, which was already a work of art itself, transformed into a moving masterpiece that’s mesmerizing to watch as it emerges in an endlessly reflecting pattern'.






Welcome to Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks is a small handmade jewelry company based in Massachusetts. Fulfilling a lifelong interest in adornment, Rebekah started the company out of her loft in Brooklyn in 1998. The jewelry has gone on to sell in over 250 boutiques across the US, Europe & Japan.

In 2004 we relocated from New York City to Massachusetts. In 2007 we opened our flagship retail store in Northampton, Mass. Featuring a complete collection of our jewelry alongside antique finds from the Edwardian, Deco & Georgian periods.

As of September 2012 we've opened our 2nd location at 17 Brattle Street in the heart of Harvard Square, Cambridge. This jewel-box of a shop features an ever-evolving collection of our own handmade jewelry and wedding rings accompanied by an expanded selection of antique pieces. Come visit us!

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