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Danielle Miller Jewelry
P.O. Box 8514
Greenville, SC 29604


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Bridal and contemporary jewelry handmade by Danielle Miller in Greenville, SC - Inspired by geometry and nature - Using conflict-free diamonds, moissanites and recycled metals.

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Fun Wedding Facts

Ahhhh, Spring..... ‘Tis the season for weddings! And the majority of us probably know someone who is busy making plans for a spring or summer ceremony. From wearing something blue to why we get to enjoy wedding cake, keep reading for some fun and interesting wedding facts!

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    A brief history of Greenville, South Carolina

    Conveniently located right off Interstate 85, between Charlotte, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia, Greenville, South Carolina offers big-city conveniences with small-town charm and hospitality....

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    Chandelier Earrings - Flirty and Fun for Spring

    Designed to mimic an ornate hanging chandelier and created with Art Deco and Middle Eastern influences, chandelier earrings originally held vertical dangling strands of glass crystals, rhinestones, diamonds or other sparkling jewels.

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    Metal Gods: in Mythology (not Rock-n-Roll)

    Last month we celebrated St. Eligius Day. The patron saint of metalworkers and goldsmiths, St. Eligius has been safeguarding craftsmen for centuries. But there are other artisan patron gods and goddesses who gained fame by crafting jewels and weapons for many of the more well-known mythological figures. 

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    St. Eligius-The Patron Saint of Goldsmiths and Metalworkers

    I don't consider myself a superstitious or an overly religious person. However, I do occasionally knock on wood and while doing complicated soldering jobs or setting a tricky stone, I sometimes say a little prayer to St. Eliguis.

    Saint who? you ask....

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