Welcome to the MILAMORE Journal, a space designed to share a bit more of our story with you. We invite you to check back in from time to time to see the latest trends, seasonal inspiration, cultural stories, and whatever else catches our eye.

ABOUT MILAMORE

Designed in New York and handcrafted in Japan, MILAMORE blends the ancient Japanese art of jewelry making with modern design. Each piece is made with the highest quality materials and is created entirely by hand by multi-generational families of artisans in Japan.
Our craftsmen utilize the highest quality of ethically sourced stones and 18kt recycled gold to bring MILAMORE and the sentiments we infuse into our designs, to you. Our ateliers are located in Tokyo and Yamanashi prefecture in the heart of Japan near the foothills of Mount Fuji, and have deep ties to Azusa’s family business. The first atelier opened its doors as a watchmaking shop in Tokyo’s Asakusa district during the 1920s and then evolved into a jewelry-making atelier after World War I.

Our artisans treat each piece of MILAMORE fine jewelry like a masterpiece. Attention to detail is in our DNA. This is what it means to be “Handcrafted in Japan.”

Founded on the Japanese ideal of ‘Omotenashi’, an ideal of a wholehearted approach to hospitality, every piece is made and presented with the utmost attention, care and consideration.

THE LATEST FROM OUR JOURNAL

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Happy PRIDE Month!

PRIDE is a month where we celebrate the many ways we love ourselves and each other. As a queer owned brand we are happy to…

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AQUAMARINE: The Soothing Stone

Aquamarine is the official birthstone of March! The stone is most recognizable by its high clarity and transparency and blue to slightly greenish blue hues.…

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Tanzanite: The Stone of Balance

Tanzanite, while being a relatively new stone to the scene, has quickly shot into the 76  December’s birthstone, tanzanite, is a rare stone that excited…

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Hanabi: The meaning behind the celebration

MILAMORE’s newest collection is based on the Japanese fireworks tradition of Hanabi. In Japanese, “Hana” means “flower” and  “bi”  means “fire”, so “Hanabi” roughly translates to  “fire…

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