At Rohan Jewellers we are creatives who practice principles of craftsmanship and liveable luxury. A family-run business that’s built a brand on the finer details. A world where luxury and versatility coexist, guided by expertise, individuality, and craftsmanship, all while being intertwined with personal stories and experiences.

Renowned for his modern and elegant style, master craftsman Rohan Milne designs with intent; promoting longevity over seasonal trends.  Rohan Jewellers continues to celebrate the original traditions of soldering, sawing, carving and shaping each piece that leaves their atelier, by hand.

The Master Craftsman


Born in Western Australia and growing up in the hills, a passion for rocks and gems led Rohan Milne on a journey to becoming a multi-award-winning jeweller, where he would seek out the finest craftsmen in the world to become a constant student of the art.

It began with a rare invitation by the world’s most awarded jewellery designer, Henry Dunay, to travel to New York City for a trial in his workshop.  After just one week, Rohan was offered a position in Mr Dunay’s Production Workshop, working with a team of 22 jewellers.  Shortly after, he was personally invited by Mr Dunay to join his Private Workshop, consisting of a team of just five jewellers creating one-off pieces for valued clients.

In his continued pursuit for excellence, as a highly accomplished jeweller, Rohan moved to Rome, where he had the privilege of training under the instruction of Maestro Giorgio Guccione and his son Gianluca. Described by Rohan as ‘a true master of the lost art’, Rohan was inspired by the highly traditional methods of jewellery design and creation.

During his time in Rome, he was honoured with the request to handcraft cufflinks for Pope John Paul II and the then Prime Minister of Italy. He returned to his hometown of Perth in 2007, and with wife Toni, founded Rohan Jewellers.


“Giorgio Guccione, the owner of the workshop that I worked at in Rome, is a great source of inspiration. He is truly a master of a lost art. The company specialises in designing and manufacturing jewellery for European political and religious officials and nobility. It was an extraordinary experience for me to be involved in such a specialised area of craftmanship.”