Welcome to MHG Jewelry Studio Experience , Specializing in Repairs, Redesigning,  Pearl and Bead Stringing, Jewelry therapy, and any other service related to working on jewelry.  

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About MHG Jewelry Studio Experience

Matthew H. Gross is a seasoned jewelry designer and educator with a profound passion for nurturing the next generation of industry professionals. With over 25 years of experience as a bench jeweler and the founder of MHG Jewelry Studio in Berkley, Michigan, Matthew's career is defined by a commitment to craftsmanship, innovation, and mentorship.

Matthew's educational journey began at the Gemological Institute of America, where he earned his Graduate Gemologist degree and pursued advanced studies in Pearl identification and grading. His expertise extends to certification in appraisal through the International Society of Appraisers and ongoing professional development in diamond grading, synthetic diamonds, and Moissanite.

At MHG Jewelry Studio, Matthew oversees all aspects of the business, specializing in custom designs that fuse traditional craftsmanship with modern CAD/CAM technologies. He engages clients directly, utilizing hand rendering and digital tools like Rhino 3D and Matrix 9 to bring their visions to life. His meticulous approach includes everything from gold alloying to precise stone setting under a microscope, reflecting his dedication to excellence and client satisfaction.

Beyond his studio practice, Matthew is deeply involved in education and community outreach. He regularly mentors jewelry students at Berkley High School and in San Miguel De Allende, Mexico, where he also leads hands-on workshops that blend jewelry design with philanthropy. These initiatives not only foster creativity but also empower students with practical skills in self-marketing and networking—an area where Matthew's expertise shines.

Matthew's contributions to the jewelry industry have been recognized through numerous awards and honors, including multiple distinctions from the Michigan Jewelers Association and accolades for his philanthropic efforts, such as designing jewelry to support charitable causes like Hurricane Katrina relief and AIDS awareness.

A sought-after speaker and educator, Matthew has presented lectures and workshops at institutions like Kendall College and Esslinger, where he shared his insights on jewelry design and CAD/CAM technology. His passion for teaching extends to large audiences and intimate settings alike, where he finds joy in the reciprocal exchange of knowledge with students of all backgrounds.

Matthew's dedication to advancing the art and business of jewelry design is evident not only in his professional achievements but also in his ongoing efforts to inspire and educate the next generation of jewelers. His journey continues to evolve, driven by a belief in the transformative power of education and the timeless artistry of fine jewelry.

Studio Hours:
Thursday 2:00ish- 8:00ish
Friday and Saturday 10:30ish - 5:00ish
Sunday to rest,
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday to work on your jewelry

2689 Coolidge Highway
Berkley, Michigan