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About Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks has been making jewelry ever since she was a child growing up in rural NH. Her parents were both working artists & she spent her days alongside them in the studio, making & creating as they did the same. Her later childhood took her to live in southern France & Tasmania, accompanying her parents on extended teaching residencies. These formative experiences provided a unique vantage point for art & culture that would embolden her own commitment to live a creative life.

Once out of college & living in New York City she had the opportunity to work with other artists, helping to realize projects and run businesses. The more she worked for others the more she was brought back to the unwavering desire to realize her own vision. In the mid 90’s Rebekah hired a friend to help with production & formally launched her own jewelry line. She spent the next ten years selling her jewelry wholesale to stores across the US, Europe & Japan.

In 2007, not long after leaving New York City for greener pastures in Massachusetts, she decided to open her first retail store in Northampton, Mass. Fulfilling a growing desire to be more creative with production and sell directly to the public, the shop found a supportive home and was a great success. In 2012, building upon a growing business, a beautiful jewel-box of a shop was opened in the heart of Harvard Square, Cambridge. In 2016, a third location was opened in historic Beacon Hill, Boston.


Designing jewelry for me is about creating something beautiful that’s fully realized only once it’s adorned.
— Rebekah Brooks

What We Believe In


We recycle all of our materials, and use recycled materials whenever possible. We only use antique diamonds in our designs, as they are not only more sustainable but so much more beautiful. We use refurbished computers, and Rebekah even rides her bike to work!


Rebekah has built this company within the framework of feminism. In an industry dominated by men, she has had to work a lot harder to become successful. She now has a company of strong, smart, driven individuals (mostly women), who in working for us gain empowerment, and skills that help them realize their true potential in life.

GIA Educated
GIA Educated

We believe that customers deserve to make educated decisions, which is why our approach is to help our clients learn about the industry to the fullest extent that they'd like to. Rebekah & Sara are educated by the Gemological Institute of America, and we hold our entire staff to a very high standard of professionalism & expertise.


We believe that trust is everything. As a brick and mortar retailer, you can walk into any of our stores and speak with someone you know by name. We stand behind our work, and do everything in our power to make our customers happy.

Locally Made
Locally Made

Not only is working with us supporting a local business, but it's supporting a business who supports other local businesses. We buy local whenever possible, whether it's store supplies or antiques, and domestic whenever possible, whether it's metal or gemstones. 

Timeless Designs
Timeless Designs

Rebekah's vision and mission has always been to design things that will never go out of style. Whether it's in her antique curation or her handmade designs, every piece is made to transcend the ages, and to serve as an heirloom for you and your family for generations to come. 

Rebekah Brooks Gem Glossary

Beyond cut, clarity & carat weight - there's so much to learn about the gorgeous precious & semi-precious gemstones we work with everyday - read about them here.

Antique Terminology

From our personal obsession with Victorian jewelry to the expressive romance of the Art Deco period, here is a primer on these distinct & dynamic epochs that continue to influence us today.

Rebekah Brooks Services

Custom rings to personalized engraving, stone cutting to laser welding, antique jewelry restoration to general jewelry repair - we do it all! See a selection of our work here.

Organizations We Support

Doctors Without Borders


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