Superior Gales - A new addition to the shoreline collection
January 26, 2018
Living in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is not always a walk in the park. At times, the extreme cold, wind, and snow can put even the most optimistic in a seasonal rut. What keeps many of us smiling and content in the middle of a 6 month winter is the unending beauty and spirit of Lake Superior. Shifting between wild storms and days so calm you swear you could see right down to the bottom, the lake offers a way for us to connect to something larger than ourselves.
Both locals and passers-by admit to feeling a significant link to this enormous body of water. The team at Beth Millner Jewelry can definitely relate. We love our lake and gravitate toward designs that pay homage to it. For fans of our wave/lake pieces, we have something special for you.
You now have access to the newest additions in our Shoreline Collection: the Superior Gales pieces! These designs feature simple concepts with a powerful message. Per usual, the series is made with ethical materials - in this case, recycled sterling silver.
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