Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The diamond cluster style is one of my very favorites. There are many Georgian, Victorian and Art Deco pieces with rose cut or table cut diamonds. I love the kind with champagne or off-color rough diamonds. In Edwardian jewelry the style was often called a 'Daisy'. For years I have been searching all my
antique dealer's for the perfect ring for me (in my price range of course.) One day I will find it. -Rebekah

Not being a big fan of winter, and the way it can dampen creativity, i have been trying to focus on the subtle colors and monochromatic scales in the landscape. Here is the winter ground in the field where i grew up.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

I have been cleaning the studio and thinking of beginning again...in this new year. It was a fantastic one for our business. Looking down at the desks, painted with all the work we've done (scratches, burns and shapes of metal) i'm reminded of all that has lead up to now. Thank you for all the amazing work together this year and always:
Christian, Becky, Brie, Lindsay, Sera, Louise, Shira.

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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