Aimee's Jewelry Treasures Gets a Brand New Look Along with Hot New Monthly Signature Items

Buffalo, New York (PressExposure) March 08, 2012 -- Aimee's Jewelry Treasures has just gotten a major makeover, beginning with its name. In 2010, the business opened as Aimee's Jewelry & Things, but recently, owner Aimee Waterman changed the name to reflect the more professional image of the company.

The website itself has also changed dramatically. The logo now features the Aimee's Jewelry Treasures signature image, a beautifully designed butterfly. The tagline attached to the image goes well with the company mission. It reads, "Jewelry to treasure a lifetime."

However, the changes do not stop at window dressing. Aimee has chosen to release a new limited edition sterling silver artisan ring on the first day of each month. These are unique pieces of handmade jewelry, each one of them signed, numbered and created along with a certificate of authenticity. The featured ring for March has been The Sunflower, a design limited to 31 to be sold in total.

Returning customers can rely on the same high quality of handmade jewelry that Aimee Waterman and her company have always provided. Aimee's Jewelry Treasures always offers unusual and beautiful products. Currently, customers can choose from a large online catalog of earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings, anklets, holiday jewelry and a variety of clearance items.

Earrings come in gold-filled, sterling silver and .999 fine silver. Some of the gold-filled options are Amberessence, Let It Resinate, Retro Design, Spiraling Down, and Golden Tear Drop Earrings. Some of the most beautiful earrings are silver and sterling silver, including Angel Watch Over Me, Be My Valentine, Ruby Red Crystal Chandelier, and Kanji Bamboo Earrings.

Materials for the necklaces include small Swarovski rounds, a hammered copper clay dragonfly, or a gathering of large porcelain beads. Several chain mail chokers are also available. Some of the bracelets are made of chain mail as well, or copper, Swarovski rounds, leather or various beads. The Chain Maille Slave Bracelet has been particularly popular in recent days.

Current rings are the Andes Jasper, the Electric Blues, the Green Cats Eye and the Wrapped Sterling Flower Rings. One anklet is made of beautiful blue glass beads and another is made of fine silver hearts. There are always new choices at Aimee's Jewelry Treasures because Aimee is always creating new designs.

Aimee's Jewelry Treasures continues to produce sterling silver butterfly bracelets to support the charitable cause of finding a cure for Fibromyalgia. These specially made bracelets are titled the "Hope for Christine" bracelets, and can be found on the Charitable Givings page of the main website. Out of each bracelet sold, $5 is donated to the National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association. This association will soon be adding the "Hope for Christine" bracelets to their online storefront as well.

Aimee's Jewelry Treasures has certainly made the right changes to create a more professional and positive image. At the same time, the company is bringing their customary high quality and even more special features to the table. The future of Aimee's Jewelry Treasures looks bright and sparkly indeed.

About Aimee's Jewelry Treasures:
Aimee Waterman is owner and designer at Aimee's Jewelry Treasures. Aimee started making hand crafted jewelry in 2001 and has worked since then honing her skills and refining her designs. In the last year, Aimee's creations have reached a wider customer base through her online jewelry store than ever before.

The company began its journey as Aimee's Jewelry & Things in 2010. In 2011, Aimee changed the name of her business to Aimee's Jewelry Treasures. She is always involved in expanding Aimee's Jewelry Treasures through social media outlets. A well-written, active blog, as well as interactions on sites such as Facebook and Twitter have put Aimee in touch with customers and other businesses. Aimee's Jewelry Treasures ships jewelry and other items to customers around the world.

About Aimee's Jewelry Treasures

Aimee Waterman, Owner
Aimee's Jewelry Treasures
Buffalo, NY
Phone: (716) 713-4835
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Press Release Submitted On: March 08, 2012 at 9:18 pm
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