One ring to rule them all . . .

Rebecca Hawkins has achieved vast renown in the world of jewellery, with the admission of her Raindance ring to the prestigious Victoria and Albert museum collection in London

3rd July, 2010

‘These gems have life in them: their colours speak, say what words fail of’

If ever someone understood this insight by writer George Eliot into the power of precious metal and rock, it’s Rebecca Hawkins.

After all, at six years old, at her home near Bath in Wiltshire, Hawkins was already attempting to make her own diamonds - by collecting and freezing rainwater on the leaves of lupins.

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