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  1. Gorgeous Unique Twig Engagement Rings This spring an inspiration struck Beth and her prolific talent poured forth to produce an entire new series of Twig jewelry. First came the stunning engagement rings accompanied by the coordinating wedding bands. The entire Twig series is available on our website here or in our shop. There is not doubt the entire collection of handcrafted Twig jewelry is beautiful but the particular favorite amongst the staff and our customers has been her Diamond and Roses Twig Ring. This unique engagem...
  2. Five Reasons Why You'll Love Sapphires We're excited to announce a new variation to our Twig Collection design—our Sapphire and Roses Twig Ring! In addition to this new style, we'll also be offering a Sapphire option in all of our diamond and rustic diamond Twig rings! Check them out in our new Choose Your Stone section in the Wedding Collection. So, what is it about sapphires that got our attention? Below, we've listed the five best things about the gemstone! 5. Sapphires are Strong They're sturdy enough to withs...
  3. A New Twig Design is Here With wedding season around the corner, we've been working hard to bring you some unique, non-traditional designs. Our Copper Agate Autumn Twig Ring features our classic twig design, and includes a leaf design and rose gold drops. The final result is a piece that looks like it grew out of the earth on a fall day. This design lets you choose your own copper agate for the centerpiece, and you can check out all of the available stones here. It's a personal touch that makes the ring extra...
  4. The Strength of Water through Change by Jewelry Ambassador Grace The last few months have been quite challenging for many around the world as COVID continues to spread. I remind myself daily how fortunate my family and I are to live in the Northwoods of Wisconsin and Northern Michigan. We have this amazing opportunity to connect with nature and be out in the woods where on a good day you may pass 1-2 people along the way. Searching, discovering, and connecting with our loved ones without all the major distractions of life's busy nature. The last few...
  5. Meet our Jewelry Brand Ambassador Grace! Hi everyone!! My name is Grace Zuiker Nash and I have been lucky enough to be chosen as one of the Beth Millner Jewelry ambassadors for the summer of 2020. I am 34 years old and from Rhinelander Wisconsin. As a kid, I spent a lot of time at our cabin in Bruce Crossing in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I have always felt a great connection to the outdoors and to the U.P. which is why I feel so connected to the Beth Millner Jewelry brand. I went to college at UW Superior and fell in love...
  6. Meet Our Beth Millner Jewelry Ambassador Sarah! We are excited to announce Sarah as one of our new Fall 2019 Beth Millner Jewelry Ambassadors! "Hello, my name is Sarah Babcock, and I'm so excited to be an ambassador for Beth Millner Jewelry this fall. I'm 22 years old, and was born and raised in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. I remember going to the Upper Peninsula to see the fall colors, and snowboard the Porcupine Mountains. I am back in Northern Wisconsin after finishing my degree from Northern Michigan University. I gra...
  7. Staff Picks: Jane's Favorite Jewelry I'll start off by saying that I am obsessed with jewelry. I have a huge collection that only ever seems to grow, especially my ring collection. Needless to say, since I began working for Beth Millner Jewelry I have found many pieces that I admire, and made a point to save up and purchase the ones I love. I'm excited to take you through my favorites. Yooper Roots Pendant This was the first piece that I purchased after getting hired. I've lived in the Upper Peninsula for almost two...
  8. Lauren's Beth Millner Jewelry Staff Picks It's safe to say in the fifteen months I have worked at Beth Millner Jewelry, I've fallen in love a few times with the unique, nature-inspired pieces. What I love most of all about Beth's jewelry is that it is made with the environment in mind. I feel good about wearing and sharing her pieces made with recycled metals! My all-time favorite piece is the Delicate Dewdrop Ring pictured above. I often joke about getting it as an engagement ring to myself! I adore the calming hue of th...
  9. Beth Millner Jewelry Holiday Gift Guide A set of handmade jewelry just may be the unique and meaningful gift you have been looking for this holiday season. This gift guide gives an overview of some of our favorite collections and the personalities they may suit. Stop in the shop, give us a call, or send us an e-mail for personalized assistance in pairing pieces together. Our team absolutely loves helping you find meaningful gifts that suit your loved ones! Address: 521 W Washington St Marquette, MI 49855Phone Number: (906) 226-35...
  10. Here's What is New at Beth Millner Jewelry The shop has been buzzing from studio to storefront this summer! We have been loving all the visitors from around the country coming to see us. Beth has been busy in the studio making stellar pieces for us to show you. Pebble Border Agate Pieces If you have ever strolled a rocky beach and happened upon a treasure of a stone, these pieces are for you. The recycled sterling silver and copper pebble frames mimic abundant shorelines, and adorn the greenstone and Lake Superior agate centerpieces....
  11. New Jewelry for the End of Summer! We're keeping the surprises coming and releasing a line a week for the last three weeks of September! You've already seen the incredible Twilight Pebble Greenstone Pendants and delicate Mini Superior Gales Series, and all of our new pieces are just as amazing. Frosted Pebble Trail Series - September 14, 2018 Now out! Our Frosted Pebble Trail pendants and earrings are the first in the pebble collections to be made entirely out of sterling silver. They're sleek, simple, and will rem...
  12. The Beth Millner Jewelry Sizing Guide: Finding Jewelry That Fits When shopping for jewelry, it is important to keep sizing, style, functionality, and material in mind. All of these factors ensure comfortability and longevity. Just like clothing or shoes, it is important to cater jewelry to each customer's individual measurements and style. Below, we've listed our top tips and tricks to find jewelry that is as comfortable as your favorite T-shirt. Rings Sizing Often times, ring sizing can seem like a mystery but it doesn't have to feel tha...
  13. Ash's Staff Picks at Beth Millner Jewelry Holy wah, this was a tough collection to refine. Each piece of Beth's triggers fond memories of this wild and wonderful place we call home. Lake Superior, forestry, rivers, waterfalls, ice caves, regional stones, bees, owls, songbirds, the Sun, and my favorites, the Moon and night sky can be found everywhere you look here in the shop and studio. Rings are my go-to jewelry. They are the ultimate provoker of positive thoughts. We humans are constantly using our hands, most of us within eyes...
  14. Lex's Staff Picks Evening Sky Earrings Who wouldn't love these earrings? The shape, the size, and the brightness of the moon on the copper are perfection. Plus, moon and stars arguably go with everything. Grand Portal Pendant What really draws me to this piece in particular is the Mokume Gane technique used to mirror the unique mineral banding in the cliffs at Pictured Rocks. Mokume Gane is an old Japanese metalworking technique that fuses mixed-metal into a laminate with distinctive layered patterns. M...
  15. Beth Millner Jewelry is on Pinterest! Check out our favorite boards! Pinterest is great and if you haven't had the pleasure of losing yourself amongst the beautiful images of products, travel, DIY or recipes than you're missing out. Beth Millner Jewelry has been on Pinterest for years and we have some really great boards we'd like to introduce you to. First, a quick blurb about Pinterest for those who haven't been on before: Pinterest is a social media website where users can "pin" images and links from around the internet. Boards ...
  16. 6 Steps to Choosing an Engagement Ring - Beth Millner Jewelry Are you getting ready to plan your engagement? Here are 6 steps to think about when picking the perfect ring for your bride to be! 1. What is Her Style. Is she dainty and delicate, maybe rustic and natural, perhaps casual and comfortable. 2. Is She Traditional or Unconventional? You will probably have a good idea if she is more traditional and wants a diamond, or more of a unique gal who likes something unconventional, like a Lake Superior Agate. Most women who send their partner for a B...