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.
Are you an influencer with a passion for jewelry, the natural environment, or handmade items? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you!Go ahead and fill out our application, letting us know why YOU would be a stellar ambassador. Applications will be welcomed until April 1st, which is the deadline to apply.
Calling all local non-profits! We want you to be a part of our fundraiser jewelry program! Each year, we select a few Upper Peninsula organizations from a pool of applications. Once selected, Beth designs a custom piece for each organization to be sold in our studio in downtown Marquette and online. A portion of sales from each piece is donated to the applicable organization.
I am so excited to be here to keep sharing Beth Millner’s Brand with all of you! I am going to share with you my top 5 favorite things as your holiday gift giving guide! Secret... there are more than 5!!