Hello, my name is Rebecca Wolf. I'm a jewellery designer from Germany.
For my label Rebecca Wolf Design I create jewellery collections and make every piece of jewellery by hand.
I work in my studio in Ulm that I set up to be my workshop, office and photo studio.
I published my first independent jewellery collection in 2017.
I personally value pieces that I want to wear for years on end and strive to give my customers jewellery that has a timeless style. I work with sterling silver to produce high quality pieces that last a lifetime. My love for solid metal and its clean surface is a fundamental part of my design process.
You can find my jewellery that is currently available in the SHOP.
To stay up to date on new jewellery or sales follow me on instagram, facebook or pinterest.
I also offer my services as a freelance designer. My main focus is on jewellery design and product development. This includes sketches, product design, 3D-model/CAD-files and collection conception.
You can reach me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form under the menu item contact.
I am also always looking for models, photographers, influencers for collabs and shootings. Let me know if you are interested.
In 2021 I started working with stockists online and offline.
If you want to stock my jewellery in your own shop contact me via email at
Since not all of my jewellery ideas fit my label or are too complex to be made by hand, I also design unique models in a 3D software.
You can find these one off pieces in my shop at Shapeways. You can order my jewellery directly from the 3D printing service and have it delivered to your home.
I studied from 2011-2015 at the University of Applied Sciences Pforzheim and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts - Jewellery Design. In my internship semester 2013/14 I spent 6 months in Berlin and worked with Amelie Riech for her label Uncommon Matters.
I did not complete a classical goldsmith apprenticeship. I acquired the knowledge in goldsmithing required for my studies in the workshops of the University of Pforzheim. During a preliminary technical internship there in 2010/2011, I spent two semesters learning the basics of goldsmithing, silversmithing and engraving full-time.
I come from the small town of Pirmasens, where I graduated from high school in 2007.