Billings, Montana (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
T. Gail Shoen is excited to announce the creation and launch of her new website venture, http://www.NewWesternJewelry.com. The website carries Western and Native American designs for jewelry including rings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, and earrings. “Natural stones and true artisan creativity, to me, make the most beautiful jewelry pieces,” Shoen stated. As someone who has experienced the outdoors her whole life and has seen many of the colors and gemstone that Mother Nature has to offer, Shoen wishes to share this beauty through the jewelry offerings on her website.
Shoen is a huge advocate for jewelry and is also someone who knows how to judge the quality of jewelry, which is why the products available on NewWesternJewelry.com can all be guaranteed to be of the highest possible quality, while still being offered at reasonable and affordable prices. The jewelry offered is primarily of the styles of ‘modern Western’ and ‘southwestern Native American,’ featuring a great deal of turquoise and other beautiful gemstones.
Individual pieces on NewWesternJewelry.com will include sterling silver, copper, turquoise, coral, abalone shell, pearl, opal, and other precious gemstones found in nature. Shoen also plans to add some well-known Western designer collections and continually expand the current lines of products offered on the website, in order to give her customers a wider selection of options to choose from.
To complement the main website, Shoen is also launching a blog located at http://www.NewWesternJewelryBlog.com. The blog will feature informational pieces about natural gemstones, as well as promotional material regarding the products offered in the online store. Shoen also intends to use the blog to discuss upcoming events such as rodeos and horse shows that people with an appreciation for Western culture will find particularly interesting.
About the Company:
NewWesternJewelry.com – a division of TGShoen Enterprises, LLC – is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur T. Gail Shoen.