About Rebecca

Rebecca started her Business back in 2006, she is based at Yorkshire Art Space in the heart of Sheffield’s city center.

She exhibits her collection of work at a number of events and craft shows around the UK. Please go to the exhibitions and shows page to find out where to see her next. She has also worked on a number of awards and commissions, including a large oil container which was on show in the museum of modern art in Kuwait and the packaging for the world’s most expensive coffee which can be purchased in Harrods. Rebecca’s work has grabbed the attention of many Journalists and as a result has been featured in newspapers such as the Sunday times “Home” and Financial Times “How to spend it”.

Back in 2008 her work caught the eye of the Duke of Devonshire and he still follows and collects her work today.

Images by In Two Dimensions


The Packaging Collection

Drawing her inspiration from our hectic lifestyles of convenience and throwaway, Rebecca looks at the materials we take for granted and discard from day to day.

Her tableware questions how using different materials can change our views on objects and their acceptance within society.


Jewellery

Rebecca’s jewellery is an extension of her silver wear “packaging” collection.


Commissions

Rebecca has worked on a number of different commissions for a wide range of clients, she will work with you from the design process to the finished piece.

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‘The Pearson Silver Collection is the largest collection of post war British designer silver in private hands. As Joselyn’s creations stand out as being so different from her contemporaries, acquiring examples of her work for the Collection was not a matter for debate. We purchased a sugar basin and milk jug. They are fun, talking pieces, well designed and above all superbly crafted. Antiques of the future, they will be cherished by generations to come.

—John Andrew, The Pearson Silver collection

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I am lucky enough to have several pieces made by Rebecca and I am delighted with them all, she is as efficient as she is creative, the ideal person to commission for a special gift.

—Stoker Devonshire, Chatsworth, Derbyshire