Rebekah Brooks Jewelry, located at 96 Charles Street, offers an intimate shopping experience within an enchanting space. Fully outfitted with sunning antique display cases, dramatic wallpaper and an ivory wedding gown in the corner, the store features a curated collection of antique jewels alongside exquisite presentations of Rebekah’s handmade line. The company’s classic adornments are equally fashion forward and timeless, A full service jeweler, they specialize in antique restoration and custom designs. Rebekah Brooks has two other locations in Massachusetts, allowing for an even greater inventory of handmade and antique jewelry, engagement rings and wedding bands.
Rebekah launched her jewelry line in 1998 while working out of a large Brooklyn loft she shared with friends. The business quickly grew thru a bustle of trade shows where the line was picked up by boutiques & shops across the US, Europe, and Japan. By 2004, Rebekah and her husband decided to seek greener pastures and relocated from Brooklyn to a converted Victorian church in the ‘happy valley’ of western Massachusetts. In 2007, fulfilling a desire to be more creative with production & sell directly to the public, she decided to move away from wholesale and opened the flagship retail space for Rebekah Brooks Jewelry in Northampton, Mass. Five years on in 2012, the business continued to grow with a second location in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass. Fast forward to the Fall of 2016 and a third location was born! Catering to her wider Boston audience, this beautiful shop is in the middle of historic Charles Street in Beacon Hill.
Rebekah grew up in the woods of New Hampshire in a house that closely resembles a sculpture. Her artist-parents built it while her mother was pregnant & it provided a magical world for her childhood. As a young girl she spent hours in her parents studio making & creating alongside them. These experiences provided an appreciation for art & culture that would lead her to art school, and eventually to a thriving life in New York City. Out of college she had the opportunity to work for some incredibly talented artists & jewelers, helping to realize projects and run businesses. However, the more she worked for other people the more she was brought back to her own instincts to live a creative life through her own work. She currently lives in western Massachusetts with her husband & two children.
Meet The Artist | May 11th | 3-6 p.m. at Rebekah Brooks Jewelry 96 Charles Street Boston