THE DESIGNER

Danielle Miller-Gilliam is an award winning jewelry designer, maker and business woman -- living, playing and working in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina.

Danielle has been a a full-time professional jeweler for 30 years. -- After art college, Danielle worked under a master goldsmith and then a silver production jeweler, gaining invaluable experience and learning the ins and outs of running a jewelry business. And in 1998, she launched her name sake line, Danielle Miller Jewelry.

Danielle is deeply passionate about the materials she works with, as well as, maintaining sustainable practices that are socially and environmentally responsible.

Danielle Miller-Gilliam of Danielle Miller Jewelry

"Metal + Hammer + Fire = LOVE"

Danielle discovered her passion for metals at the age of 16 while making a large scale welded steel sculpture.

Entering art college, she intending to concentrate her studies in sculpture but soon became entranced by jewelry making.

"After all, jewelry is small scale sculpture, right?"

THE STUDIO

Where the magic happens!
Danielle has maintained a working studio space for over 30 years -- first in Philadelphia, PA and since 2001 in Greenville, SC.

*Please note: Danielle will be moving her studio once again. Things are packed up and in storage while a shiny new space is being built. Stay tuned for more info in Spring 2024!

Danielle is truly obsessed with every aspect of metalsmithing, including teaching it to eager students. -- Explore her wedding ring workshops or inqire about private classes.

THE GALLERY

Since 2019, Danielle has been co-owner of MAKE MADE Jewelry, an artisan owned boutique and studio located in the heart if downtown Greenville, SC.

Unfortunately, circumstances with our Main Street space that are beyond our control have forced us to close MAKE MADE's doors as of February 2024.

Danielle will be opening a new intimate gallery/showroom in Summer 2024 located on one of Greenville’s oldest shopping districts, Augusta Street, or "Augusta Road" as it is referred to locally. Stay tuned for more info!