Leigh Miller is a collection of fine and contemporary jewelry designed by Leigh Miller Newman in Los Angeles, CA.
Inspired by natural patterns and forms translated into metal, Leigh works in unconventional methods. Using the ancient tradition of lost wax casting, she sculpts in molten wax, casts her pieces, and hand-hammers them into intimately organic forms. The collection is crafted in a full spectrum of metals: from brass and bronze to sterling silver, pink, and yellow gold. A selection of pieces also feature semi-precious stones and hand-cast glass.
The line is produced nearly in it's entirely by Leigh and her small team of artisans in her Glassell Park studio, nestled in the hills on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
The collection has since been featured in publications including T- The New York Times Style Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, American Vogue, Italian Vogue, British Vogue, Vogue Japan, US Elle, Porter Magazine, Flaunt, Who What Wear, Man Repeller & Women's Wear Daily among others.