Heartfelt thanks to Porthole Cruise Magazine for the wonderful write-up of Millennium General Assembly in its "Savvy Cruiser" department for the February 2013 issue.
My gratitude goes out to managing editor Emma Trelles, art director Laura Roche, and the rest of the editorial staff. If this sounds like an acceptance speech, I guess it sort of is. I gratefully accept this boost, this nod, this affirmation. Media exposure is vital to small businesses like mine trying to get a foothold in a burgeoning field. Now I can add "As seen in Porthole Cruise Magazine" to my press kit.
Millennium General Assembly handcrafts its jewelry from vintage and curious baubles, and each one-of-a-kind piece flashes a days-gone-by glamour. Necklaces and bracelets are constructed with Victorian keys and lockets, Old World watch fobs, and antique silver spoons and brooches, to name just a few of the eclectic elements carefully selected and transformed by the company's founder and chief craftswoman Maidel Margulies. In fact, most of the materials used by MGA are repurposed or "revived," which means you can be socially conscious and fashionista-like, all at once. millenniumgeneralassembly.com