Rebecca Overmann

Rebecca Overmann first moved to San Francisco in 1995 from Washington D.C. to pursue graphic design and advertising. Five years later her desire for creative expression led her to explore an alternate career path and she began to further develop the metalsmithing skills she had acquired while studying at Savannah College of Art & Design. Her early collections gained esteem at local shows and boutiques propelling her work into a more refined esthetic. 

The goal of Rebecca Overmann jewelry is to create incredibly special pieces for customers who value thoughtful design and fine craftsmanship. Each piece of jewelry is fashioned from design to completion in Rebecca's San Francisco studio, to maintain the highest quality and control. Everything made is produced with the notion that it will be cherished by generations to come.

Rebecca Overmann jewelry designs are based in feeling and form, often relying on her wax carving skills to unveil the vision for a piece. Many of the subtleties and textures in her work are a result of this direct hands-on process. Inspirations for her collections often originate from natural forms that are simplified and abstracted, becoming more of an interpretation and expression of form.

For her signature line of engagement and bridal jewelry, Rebecca allows the materials to speak for themselves. Her love for unique gemstones often requires that a ring be designed completely around the stone, making the piece truly one of a kind. With her training as a metalsmith, Rebecca is able to articulate her designs using old-world techniques — always emphasizing the craft.