Amherst, NH (PRWEB) January 10, 2007 -
There are thousands of websites offering many levels of vintage jewelry and accessories, so what makes "The Treasure Chest" (TC) at Vintagejewelryonline.com continue to be different? It's a combination of three essentials. The first is showcasing those items that collectors have been hunting for a long time.
"Be it that Trifari bracelet that matches the earrings and necklace you already own or it could be those red or black bakelite spacer bracelets you need to wear between your multitude of carved bracelets," says Shelley Osborne, owner of Vintage Jewelry Online.com. "Maybe it's that funky hat you wished you bought last year and decided to let it go. It could even be the place to find vintage sewing treasures for your friend that collects unusual things or even sterling napkin rings or single enamel cuff links."
The second essential is that collectors can easily find bargains.
"You could find a gold and coral large Victorian brooch that has a slight imperfection in it," says Shelley Osborne. "But does it matter? It's priced for value and after all what is an imperfection if not truly vintage? And don't we all love to display our treasures in original boxes? You'll find these too for rings, bracelets, cuff links and even some necklace boxes."
"We all know a lot of the excitement in building our collections is about finding and hunting down our treasures. So I decided to broaden the concept of Vintage Jewelry Online.com and launched The Treasure Chest", says Shelley Osborne. "And this addresses essential reason number three", she says. The TC is filled with items that speak only to you and your unique sense of style. You don't know what it is but as soon as you see it, that flutter of excitement and adrenalin will start pumping and you know you've found your next treasure. And when that excitement wears off, take a breath and start all over again; you'll never know what you're going to find next."
With thousands of vintage jewelry sites on the Internet, Shelley is excited and passionate about making this one of the preeminent vintage jewelry boutiques.
"The site has risen in the search engine ratings significantly as a result of her effortless passion to find the best of the best and present them accurately, easily and provide excellent customer service," says Mike Smith, owner of 101A Antiques in Amherst, NH. "Shelley experimented with an in-store Treasure Chest concept and her customers love it. They come in regularly, sit on the floor and go through her Treasure Chests looking for that one special item."
For additional information about Vintage Jewelry Online.com, its products, its services or availability of jewelry loans for articles, contact Shelley Osborne or visit http://www.vintagejewelryonline.com