Becky has established herself as one of Guernsey’s leading independent jewellers. Young, passionate and committed to producing unique, hand-crafted pieces, she is best known for working with her clients to create stunning bespoke items.
After founding the successful line, My-D, Becky has re-launched the business under her own name, retaining her trademark Angel. Becky Rowe stands for quality. She crafts the antiques of the future, family treasures to be passed down through generations. Her eye for detail and personal service has created a loyal following, both on and off island.
Passionate about a career in jewellery design since the age of just eight, Becky enrolled in an evening class at 12-years-old. She began her apprenticeship four years later and, at 22, continued her training in London, completing a City and Guilds jewellery design diploma. Returning to the island, she gained valuable experience working with a recognised Guernsey jeweller before starting her own business.
From contemporary cool to classic chic, every piece is a statement, crafted with passion and a sense of individuality.
Becky was awarded first prize for from The Goldsmiths Company; she also gained a certificate of merit from the British Jewellers Association.
Becky Rowe established her first store, My-D, in Guernsey.
Becky was commissioned to design a set of commemorate cufflinks for Guernsey FC, the island’s football team, whom former England player, Matt Le Tissier, was the founding Club President.
Becky was commissioned to handcraft a teddy bear memo holder to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation (PPBF). A percentage of the sale of each bear goes to the PPBF, which was founded by triple World Touring Car Champion Andy Priaulx MBE and his wife Jo following the premature birth of both their children. They are also included in the baby boxes that are gifted to every baby born prematurely in Guernsey.
Becky relaunched her successful business under her own name. The new brand retained the trademark angel, her first commercial piece, which appears in the O of her surname.
British actress Claire King, best known for her role in Emmerdale, brought Becky’s jewellery to the big screen when she wore it on Channel 4’s Celebrity Big Brother. The launch show alone attracting a television audience of millions.
Becky will be launching a collaborative project with charity Bridge2, founded by local fundraiser Sarah Griffith. Hand-crafted sunflower designs, in necklaces & earrings for women and a man's tie pin, will be on sale in 2015 with profits going to the charity which helps people in Sri Lanka, Haiti and the Philippines.
09th October 2015
Becky’s growing business relocated to new premises, My-D House, in St Martins, Guernsey.
Launched online boutique with JewelStreet, the number one designer jewellery website in the UK.