(PRWEB) March 31, 2007
Allenhurst, NJ (PRWeb) March 30, 2007 Â Heavenly Treasures Jewelry, a cataloger and online retailer of fine jewelry, announces the launch of a new line of engagement rings to supplement their existing collection of diamond jewelry just in time for the start of Spring. The rings, while inexpensive, are made from high quality diamonds and settings in gold and platinum.
Spring is traditionally a time of year for couples to decide to take their relationships to the next level by planning to be married. With the average ticket price of diamond jewelry on the rise, according to the Diamond Information Center at JWT, the new diamond engagement ring collection from Heavenly Treasures aims to show buyers that they can demonstrate their love with a quality diamond ring without having to spend a fortune.
ÂWe feel there is a large market for affordable engagement rings, as so many websites try to push the really expensive rings,Â says Helen Beyda, Product Manager of Heavenly Treasures. By Âoffering quality rings set in either solid gold or platinum at prices much cheaper than competitors," Heavenly Treasures is moving against the industry trend thatÂs seen the average price of engagement rings rise from $2633 to $3200 over the past five years, statistics also released by the Diamond Information Center. Their efforts are designed to work in favor of online customers in the fine jewelry market, offering diamond engagement rings starting as low as around $400.
Heavenly Treasures Jewelry is a cataloger and online retailer of fine jewelry, based in Allenhurst, NJ. With tens of millions of catalogs having been circulated throughout the United States and Canada, they are a world recognized brand for upscale, fine jewelry. Founded in 1993, their online presence remains one of the most popular jewelry destinations on the web. They have been known for their ankle bracelets and anklet collections as well as many other high fashion jewelry designs.
For more information about Heavenly TreasuresÂ new engagement ring collection, please visit their website, or contact Helen Beyda at 732-531-8040.