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Hello, my name is Rebecca, and I am the designer and maker behind Rebecca Oxenham Jewellery.


I set up Rebecca Oxenham Jewellery in 2020 after being made redundant from my job. At the time I was off work ill with what I was told was a viral infection which then later was diagnosed as Long Covid which caused me chronic fatigue. Unable to work full time I decided to turn what had been my hobby and side hustle into my business.  This was a difficult time for me, not only because of my poor health with an unknown illness but because the country was in chaos with the pandemic.  Making jewellery and being in nature was my therapy. I love nothing more to be out in the countryside or by the sea, walking my dog and enjoying the beautiful scenery around me.  I find myself collecting shells, bark, leaves and other organic items I discover along the way and come home with pockets bulging – just like a child!

It is from these nature items that I get my inspiration for my jewellery.  With constant experimentation I create beautiful, delicate, and unique pieces of fine jewellery.  I want to capture the beauty of nature in my jewellery and to transport the wearer to their own memories and favoured landscape. 

As I got better I wanted to share my passion for jewellery making so I extended what I do to run regular beginners’ silver clay and silversmithing jewellery making workshops and experience days. I have also designed a beautiful kit  for people to make their own jewellery using silver clay at home which has been a best seller and featured on Steph’s Packed Lunch on Channel 4. ⁠ 

In addition to my self learning I studied at the CSACJ for my Art Clay Diploma level 1 and 2 Certification in Silver Clay (an eco-friendly way to make fine silver jewellery). This is a world-wide, recognised qualification, administered by the official distributors of Art Clay in Europe. I am also an instructor member of AMCAW (Association of Metal Clay Artists Worldwide).

Every piece of jewellery is lovingly handcrafted from my garden studio using recycled silver.  It is important to me that my impact upon the environment from which I draw my inspiration is not overly impacted by my actions. Therefore, alongside using recycled precious metals and responsibly sourced gemstones, my packaging is also eco-friendly.

​Thank you for taking the time to visit my website and I would be only to pleased to hear from you if you have any comments or suggestions, or just want to talk about jewellery.


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