Illustrating the human experience through the medium of jewellery.


Internationally renowned American jeweller Jacqueline Rabun’s unique approach to design has distinguished her creations worldwide. Rabun’s fluid conceptual forms and her poetic approach to design, through which she seeks to reflect the human experience, has become her signature.


Jacqueline Rabun launched her debut jewellery collection “Raw Elegance” in 1990, upon her arrival in London, a series of hand-sculpted organic forms exploring the purity and innate elegance of precious materials, gaining her instant acclaim and recognition amongst collectors of contemporary art and design. 


In 1999 Rabun began a long-term collaboration with the Danish Royal Purveyor, Georg Jensen. Rabun’s intuitive ability to interpret Scandinavian design has seen her creations exhibited at Staten Museum for Kunst “Georg Jensen’s 100 years” August 2004 and Koldinghus Museum’s "Georg Jensen a tale of Danish Silver” October 2015, amongst Georg Jensen’s stable of celebrated designers.


Rabun’s design language carries her passion for organic and architectural forms, illustrated in ethical noble materials. Jacqueline Rabun’s jewellery is not merely design objects, but rather wearable works of art that tell a story.   





Vogue The Jewellery

Carol Woolton, Conran Octopus, 2015


Georg Jensen a tale of Danish Silver 

Thomas C. Thulstrup & Monique Faber, Koldinghus Museum 2015


The New Artisans

Olivier Dupont, Thames and Hudson 2012


Drawing Jewels for Fashion

Carol Woolton, Prestel 2011


Georg Jensen Silver and Design

Thomas C. Thulstrup, Gads Forlag 2004





Jacqueline Rabun + Georg Jensen


Jacqueline Rabun + Halston


Jacqueline Rabun + Studio Mama





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