This Spring, Rebus Brings their Salon to the West Coast

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This Spring, Rebus Brings their Salon to the West Coast

Internationally renowned designer, Emmet Smith, meets one-on-one with clients, creating couture and hand-crafted signet rings, which express individuality and appreciation of tradition.

Rich in tradition, and matchless in luxury, Rebus is the preeminent atelier for one-of-a-kind signet rings and hand-engraved jewelry design. Headquartered in Hatton Garden, where drafting and craftsmanship are pillars of quality construction, every piece is forged by master goldsmiths.

Known for solid, timeless signet rings carved in reverse, each can be used as a wax seal—an elegant touch to a handwritten letter. Whether a self-purchase gift to celebrate a landmark occasion, the anticipated surprise for a loved one, or one’s signature touch on dapper style—the signet is as distinct as its wearer. Equivalently, the rendezvous to compose one is a marked journey—a dance between past and future self, where Rebus manifests the client’s style and vision. Formed in precious metal, substance and interpretation emerges a tour de force of design, each ring wholly unique.

Emmet Smith says, “It is a great pleasure to meet customers in person to explore design ideas and work with them so we can create and achieve their style aspirations. We believe we share a refined design aesthetic with customers based in these urbane West Coast locations and I am very much looking forward to collaborating and supporting customers old and new at these events.”

During West Coast appointments, clients will be able to peruse the full collection of Rebus jewelry styles in a private, elegant setting. With sophisticated heraldry and design books for reference, Emmet Smith, Rachel Constantine, and Nicole Maskrey advise on custom design, partnering to actualize concepts ranging from family crests, coats of arms, meaningful symbolism, artful initials, and more. Clients will peruse shapes, gemstone options, metal types, and sizes. Customers with an interest in heritage and craftsmanship will be introduced to the die-stamp and hand-engraving process, beginning the blueprint towards their modern heirloom.

Los Angeles: The London Hotel
Saturday March 21st, 2020 through Monday, March 23rd, 2020
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rebus-trunk-show-la-2020-tickets-85665789683

San Francisco: Fiat Lux
Wednesday, March 25th, 2020
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rebus-trunk-show-fiat-lux-sf-tickets-85663187901

San Francisco: The Battery Hotel
Friday, March 27th, 2020 through Sunday, March 29th, 2020
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rebus-trunk-show-san-francisco-2020-tickets-85669659257

Seattle: Thompson Hotel
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 April through Saturday, April 4th, 2020
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rebus-trunk-show-seattle-2020-tickets-85679105511

“The opportunity to view and examine our collection physically piece by piece, with expert assistance is a great advantage. At these sessions customers can expect to receive valuable technical expertise in a relaxed informal setting. Individual appointments are made so we can give each customer individual personal attention,” says Rachel Constantine.

Limited press consultations will be held from Saturday, March 21st through Saturday, April 4th, 2020. Design appointments can be made via Eventbrite by clicking on the above trunk show links, or by contacting Rachel Constantine at rachel@rebussignetrings.co.uk. For press inquiries, or to schedule a press preview on the west coast, contact Olga Gonzalez at info@pietrapr.com or 212-913-9761.

About Rebus

Rebus is the UK’s premier creator of hand-crafted signet rings. The company was founded by Emmet Smith in 2005 as a department within R.H. Wilkins, the renowned engravers based in London’s Hatton Garden. The Rebus team is made up of award winning hand engravers and goldsmiths, all with a heartfelt commitment to beautiful engraving using traditional hand tools. Over the years, R.H. Wilkins and the Rebus team have won over twenty awards, and it is a tradition to have two apprentices at any time who are indentured through Goldsmiths’ Hall.

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