A success story
Rebecca is a mentor for the young and aspiring silversmiths and jewellers on the Yorkshire Artspace ‘Starter Studio Programme’. She is keen to represent the precious metalworking sector in this field in years to come and help support and grow it.
Rebecca is also one of the founding directors of Goldsmiths North – an annual ‘Contemporary Silverware and Jewellery Show based in The Cutlers Hall in Sheffield.
Public & Private Collections
Notably, her home city of Sheffield has recognised the quality of her craftmanship. Three Silver Bag Vases are held in The Millennium Gallery permanent metalwork collection and her Silver Wine Carafe is held in The Cutlers company of Hallamshire’s Silver Collection.
Her work has caught the eye of many private collectors, both domestically and internationally. Please read what collectors say about Rebecca and her work on the testimonials page.
In 2008 her work caught the eye of the Duke of Devonshire who still collects her work today. Carrie Fisher was also a collector of her contemporary designs. See some of the well known and not so well know names who are happy to testify to her truly outstanding work.
Rebecca regularly exhibits her silverware and jewellery collections at events, craft shows and design fairs around the UK, including the prestigious Goldsmiths Fair. Find out where to see Rebecca and her silverware near you this year.
In The Press
Rebecca’s work has grabbed the attention of many journalists. As a result she has been featured in newspapers including the Sunday Times. Rebecca has also featured in The Financial Times in the ‘How to spend it’ section several times for her Silver Bottle Beaker, the Silver ‘Crushed Can’ Jug and the Salt and Pepper ‘Oil Drums’ and with her ‘From The Shed’ Collection. Rebecca also featured in The Telegraph with the ‘Crushed Can’ Jug.