Maybe it was the naïveté that allowed her to create this unconventional jewellery in organic shapes – the London-based, self-taught designer Jacqueline Rabun found her passion in jewellery after working in a contemporary jewellery gallery in Los Angeles. Since launching her first collection nearly 20 years ago Jacqueline Rabun has developed a poetic, to my mind also a quite architectural approach to jewellery design.
Jacqueline Rabun designs fine contemporary jewellery, and design objects predominantly produced in 18 carat gold. The remaining pieces are produced in silver or platinum – all her design objects are handcrafted in England.
In October 2007 Jacqueline opened her eponymous boutique in Belgravia, London.