Thank you so much for your interest! Rebecca is unable to take on new work at this time due to her impending maternity leave. She hopes to work with you in the future!
Thank you so much for your interest! Rebecca is unable to take on new work at this time due to her impending maternity leave. She hopes to work with you in the future!
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Rebecca Zemans Jewelry Blog — rebecca zemans

Mutual Engagement Rings

Mutual Engagement Rings

                    Being a 21st century jewelry designer is an exciting privilege. There’s no “right” way to ask anymore - traditions are what you make them. With same-sex marriage and women’s rights, we've been working with couples who are popping the question to each other. It’s been so much fun to turn tradition on its head. The ring in the upper left hand corner was an exciting bespoke design and the Half Round Matte Finish band was chosen to pair with it. These mutual engagement rings below were inspired by The Little Prince, and have roses carved into the...

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Montana Sapphires

Montana Sapphires

  The stones and metals that come together in Rebecca’s sculptural jewelry come from all around the world, and that in itself is a story worth sharing! One of coolest stones she came across in a recent collaboration are Montana sapphires. Their color ranges from light blue to green and are often heat treated to bring out their vibrancy. Some of the most prized are the teal blue. This engagement ring uses one with a diamond baguette for a bit of tradition.   Most Montana sapphires are larger to show off their deep beautiful color. Rebecca was able to find...

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Family Gold

Family Gold

Have you ever wondered what it would look like to combine family heirloom jewelry from both you and your partner into two stunning rings?  We thought we'd share this special process with you! The Golden Ratio Inlay Wedding Bands are a beautiful declaration of love and the bringing together of two families. The metals, as they are melted together, are a physical manifestation of their union. First we start with a mixture of family heirlooms. The melting process is incredible, and requires skills in both artistry and patience. It also needs some eye and hand protection. The afterglow of the melting...

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Go Blue!

Go Blue!

So excited to be featured in the Winter 2016 Michigan Alumnus magazine's article, The Michigan Closet. I'm honored to be part of this amazing group of U of M grads who are designing clothes and accessories for everyone!

 

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Tanzanite - Stone of the Month

Tanzanite - Stone of the Month

Tanzanite is a beautiful blue-violet crystal and is one of the birthstones for the month of December.  The blue color appears stronger under fluorescent light and the violet hues are more apparent when under incandescent lighting.  The mineral was first discovered in the Mererani Hills of northern Tanzania near Mount Kilimanjaro in 1967 and is extremely rare to find outside this region.  The mineral was named by Tiffany & Co in a campaign advertising that tanzanite could now be found in two places: "Tanzania and at Tiffany's". The tanzanite is predominantly blue gemstone, and is an affordable alternative to sapphire for...

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