About rebecca Holt Jewelry

Rebecca learned the art of metalsmithing at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA (her hometown).  She graduated with a degree from the Craft/Material Studies Fine Arts Program with a focus in metalsmithing in 2014.

Created in 2014, Rebecca Holt Jewelry makes unique, fashion forward collections that work with your budget.  Rebecca's mission is to make it possible for anyone to own quality, handmade jewelry without turning to fast-fashion companies with unethical practices. Her work is inspired by the relationship between the geometric and the organic. She uses fossils, earthstones and gemstones to create timeless statement pieces that are ethical and wearable.

Email: Rebeccaholt02@gmail.com

Phone: 804-627-2398


Brass Care Instructions:

If your piece is brass, it will tarnish when exposed to oxygen just like sterling silver. This does NOT mean your piece is ruined or bad quality, it just means it needs some polishing! Pick up a Sunshine® Polishing Cloth for any tarnish on brass or silver, a regular silver polishing cloth won’t work as well on brass as it does silver. (I carry these polishing cloths for $2.50 under my "Sleek and simple stone collection" tab.) The tarnish will look dark brown and if it is a ring or bracelet it will wear off on your skin - polish the piece, and this will stop.  If the antiqued or raw brass chain on a necklace starts looking too dark brown/greenish, this also just needs a polish! It is tarnish buildup from oxygen.  Use the Sunshine® Polishing Cloth to polish this. Store your brass piece in a air tight ziplock baggie to avoid any tarnish.

Sunshine Polishing Cloths are available online anywhere, ebay/amazon…etc. Contact me for more information if you need!