New Jewellery Label Rebekah Ann Jewellery Grows To Greater Heights


Rebekah Ann Jewellery Expands

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Brighton’s most exciting new jewellery label Rebekah Ann Jewellery has announced further business growth with a move to the city’s Rodhus Studios.

The designer brand, already stocked with Jewel Thief Gallery and Daisy’s of Maldon, has made its move to a larger studio during November.

Its new location at Rodhus will allow for further collection development and room to meet with clients seeking commissions.

The space will also provide a number of ‘hot benches’ for jewellers or silversmiths to rent by the day or on a monthly basis, and a chance for members of the public to attend introductory jewellery making courses led by the brand’s founder Rebecca Johnson.

Speaking of the move to Rodhus, Rebecca Johnson said, This is an exciting time for Rebekah Ann Jewellery as it makes its move to a larger studio and opens up opportunities to expand collections and support other aspiring jewellers in Brighton."

"Rodhus is a vibrant workspace, home to over 30 designers and creatives. My new studio will include fully-equipped ‘hot benches’ for other jewellers to rent, and I plan to launch six-week long jewellery courses for locals to come and try their hand. I will also launch several new designs under the RAJ label to mark the move — so watch this space!”

Rebekah Ann Jewellery unveiled its debut wholesale collection in September 2016, offering a range of sterling silver, oxidised and gold vermeil pendants, bracelets and cufflinks with trade prices within an affordable price range.  

Among its quirky collections are vintage champagne and gambling token pendants, scarab beetle charms, and stud earrings cast from animal teeth.

Rebekah Ann Jewellery will exhibit at the 2017 editions of Top Drawer and Scoop, with plans to achieve 10 stockists by the end of 2017.

Instagram: @RebekahAnnJewellery
Twitter: @RebekahAnnJewel


Sarah Salmon


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