San Francisco-based jewelry designer Rebecca Overmann believes that less is more. Inspired by natural forms and subtle movements, she makes jewelry that she would personally wear every day and express who she is without being ostentatious. Her pieces represent true beauty through quality and craft, combining recycled metals such as yellow gold and oxidized sterling with ethically sourced diamonds.
A member of the executive board for the Contemporary Jewelry Design Group, Overmann studied metalsmithing at Savannah College of Art & Design. In 2008, she was named a “Rising Star” by JCK.
Designed with clarity, simplicity, and elegance (in her own words), Overmann’s pieces have been featured in several publications, including the book Jewelry’s Shining Stars.
Overmann creates her jewelry from her studio in the Mission district. Her work is available online and in retail stores in the US and Canada, including D&H Sustainable Jewelers, Hurdle’s, Philip David, Besame Mucho, Virtu, Fire Opal, Amaryllis, and St. John’s Jewelers.