John Miller, creating unique jewellery in Australia’s beautiful South West
Who is John Miller Design?
John Miller Design is a small jewellery gallery and workshop situated in Yallingup in the picturesque South West of Western Australia. Located in an idyllic bush setting just minutes from the famous surf breaks of Yallingup, the local scenery, flora and fauna provides endless inspiration for the creative minds in the workshop.
John Miller Design has three full time jewellers in the Yallingup workshop creating unique jewellery Monday to Friday. Master Jeweller Marcus Cameron based in the Margaret River Gallery Collective and is available to repair, remodel and create to your needs. Each gallery also has friendly local staff who are not only passionate about jewellery but are also able to recommend attractions and destinations on our local area.
Here at John Miller Design our surrounding environment is the perfect inspiration for Australian Jewellery. We think it’s very important that we look after this wonderful wilderness. To help in doing this the gallery roof is home to 24 solar panels that produce all the power we need to run the gallery and the workshop. All water on the property is collected from the rooftops of the buildings and stored in tanks. We also compost all biodegradable food waste in the orchard garden and recycle. The property is home to a wide variety of local fauna and is listed with Land For Wildlife. It is a voluntary scheme aimed at assisting private landholders to provide habitats for wildlife on their property.
John Miller Design began in 1971 with just an idea to make beautiful and wearable silver jewellery designed to last. Now, in 2016, John Miller Design is still making beautiful silver and gold jewellery that can be found on countless fans all over the world.
The Yallingup gallery is open 7 days a week and workshop tours are available on request.
John Miller Design is also a gold sponsor of the annual Margaret River Open Studios event. This event is helping to showcase the wonderful variety of artists working in the South West by allowing visitors into their studio spaces.
Entry is FREE!
22nd April- 7th May 2017