New collection of fine jewellery

 Crafted by hand in 18k gold at Rebekka Notkin Jewellery Atelier


SHORE is a tribute to life by the sea.

The wondrous mix of energy and slowness. And beauty. Beauty above all. The boat that elegantly cuts through the water.
The sail and the rope, bleached by the sun and hardened by the salt.The travel bag packed with hat, gold jewellery and a worn book.
The lapping of waves and shouts of joy. A game of chess in the shade to the song of the cicadas, an ice-cold drink at sunset, a close dance under the full moon.




I love the idea of getting on a boat on a day when the wind is perfect, the sail unfurls and the world is full of beauty. It was from that image that I created SHORE.” – Rebekka Notkin


SHORE is crafted by hand by Rebekka Notkin at the atelier in Bredgade, Copenhagen


Lucky Charm


– a playful palette of quirky figures.


I launched my first lucky charm, FISH,

in December 2022

It´s now time to introduce a new friend



Available from 1st of February 2023

Lucky Charm


Handcrafted in gold, Price from Kr. 6.300,-


“I love the value and idea of lucky charms

– they protect and bring fortune.”

Sketch for Lucky Charm FISH

Launched December 2022


More friends to join during the coming months…




Opening 6. October 2022


SILVER TALES – Karen Blixen” at Rungstedlund

Karen Blixen Museum, Rungsted Strandvej 11, Rungsted, Denmark

My Contribution to SILVER TALES, opening at Karen Blixen Museum October 2022  is ´Terrior´.  It is an interpretation of the long “pearl sautoir” Karen Blixen often wore and has become an iconic characteristic of her.

The ´Terroir´ consists of 15 unique “pearls”. Each with its own distinct fingerprint imprinted on the upper side, as if they were made of terracotta; burnt earth. The “pearls” are put together with a series of identical links, which form a slim and elegant chain.

My piece is inspired by Karen Blixen’s description of the culture and wild nature that she experienced in the highlands around the farm at Ngong in the years 1914 – 1931. She describes the colors and vegetation in the landscape around the farm as dry and burnt, like the color in a potter’s craftmanship, thus the reference to the “pearls” made in uneven shapes, which could be made of burnt earth and tied around the neck. – In the ´Terroir´ the burnt earth is refined in precious metals and with the long, slender expression that characterizes the “Charleston pearl necklaces” from the 1920s


NOMAD Collection


A nomad is traditionally a member of a group or a community without a fixed habitation. A nomad travels from place to place during her life, often in a circle, returning to a place according to season and crops. A travel circle alone can last for years. Moving along, a nomad only brings with her what she can carry and what is meaningful for her physical survival or her identity. By always decorating herself or her tent in the same way, it will feel like it is the World which has moved, not her. Today, it is possible for mankind to move like travellers without a final destination. Never having to return to a specific place, never to close the circle. We have become modern nomads, travelling the World in an instant, reaching far destinations, being present everywhere. More than ever before, this has made us aware of who we are, no matter where we are; to close the circle within ourselves in lack of the outer. And for this we need physical reminders and symbols. Hence the ‘Nomad’ collection.



“A jewellery has always represented something more than its monetary value. It tells a story about heritage, special occasions, or goals achieved. To me, the ‘Nomad’ collection is all of this, with the heritage being the nomad people from which we all descend. The design is based on the circle in which the nomads originally travelled, but twisted, showing that nothing is a given.”



“I have been developing the ‘Nomad’ collection over the last year. Inspired by all the nomads having to rethink their lives these years, where the World is changing rapidly. Where should they go, while the whole World was standing still, closing the boarders, holding its breath? And it occurred to me, that what I needed myself was a symbol of strength, a talisman, a signature, rather than random accessories. With the ‘Nomad’ collection I want to share this possibility of bringing yourself, no matter where you go.”


NOMAD is crafted by hand by Rebekka Notkin at the studio in Bredgade, Copenhagen.

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Feature in Eurowoman Magazine



Guldsmed Rebekka Notkin, 46, bor med sin mand og deres to teenagebørn i et rækkehus på Frederiksberg på ca. 250 m2 fordelt på fire etager. Det er tegnet af arkitekt Thorkild Henningsen og opført omkring 1930 til en kunstner, der havde brug for lys fra hjemmets vinduer. Huset er et skatkammer af mættede farver, kunst, arvestykker, bøger, planter og et lille atelier, hvor Rebekka Notkin tegner og maler. Og så elsker hun middagsselskaber med masser af mennesker og vin.





Photos by Andreas Stenmann

CARVED Midnight


“I have drawn inspiration for the CARVED series from the art of bas-relief, which with only slight differences in projection from the background surface gives an illusion of depth and space. The design has been a tortuous process with studies along the way of volume, proportion and composition. The organic shapes and generous use of gold add a sense of freedom and beauty.”


CARVED is crafted by hand by Rebekka Notkin at the studio in Bredgade, Copenhagen.

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