Becca makes jewellery inspired by the natural world, talks to her radio and drinks a lot of tea. Her work tends to be simple and sculptural, blending subtle curves to create balance.
She works in silver, gold, platinum & palladium. More and more she’s also remodelling existing jewellery, recycling materials and stones to create new pieces.
Becca graduated from the Birmingham School of Jewellery in 2008. She set up her business on Hylton Street in the Jewellery Quarter a year later. After 10 years in and around the Quarter she packed up her workshop and moved to the seaside in the spring of 2018.
Becca works to commission, supplies a couple of galleries and exhibits her work nationally. She’s most at home when she’s in her apron, covered in a layer of metal dust.
Becca enjoys working to commission and gets a great deal of satisfaction from making personal, bespoke pieces which become treasured possessions.
Most commissions begin with a page of sketches which she develops with you into an individual piece to enjoy.
She is able to cast gold in her workshop to reuse and recycle metal from inherited jewellery. She can also set stones that have been passed down to you into new pieces for you to wear and enjoy.
All of her work is handmade in the UK and hallmarked in Birmingham.
Get in Touch
Visits to Becca’s workshop are by appointment only, Monday to Saturday.
Simply get in touch to arrange a convenient time to drop in for a chat.