We're especially excited to share a new metalworking technique, Mokume Gane, with you all! Beth had an awesome time learning to work in this medium—it's made with thin layers of recycled sterling silver and copper. The top layer is sanded down to reveal the layer below, and this allows an artistto create swirling patterns that we think resemble the sandstone cliffs that make up Pictured Rocks. You can see this texture on our Grand Portal and Mini Grand Portal Pendants.
Beth has also been experimenting with shape! Our Lakeshore Sunset Earrings feature a mixed metal design and a unique, upside-down teardrop shape.
Dripping in Silver...That's how I felt the moment I put on the Picnic Rocks Earrings from Beth Millner Jewelry. Magnificent like a queen. Now every time I put them on I get that same Magnificent feeling.
Wherever I go, whether it's digging for agates on Little Girls Point, hiking/kayaking the Pictured Rocks or just looking at the many seasons of Bond Falls I always wear my BMJ pieces and feel a great connection to them! Where will your next U.P. Adventure take you?