News-Antique.com - Feb 14,2012 - The beauty and whimsy of bracelets has made them an accessory used for decades. From thin silver bangles to wide chunky cuffs to threaded friendship bracelets, consumers can find virtually any style of bracelet accessory they’re searching for. Sales and office manager of Jewelry Keepsakes, Donna VanHeel, noted multiple customer requests for the Cape Cod style bracelet and the repeated inquiries led to a revamping of the bracelet line and the addition of the popular bracelet style that will also function as a mobile memorial.
The Cape Cod style bracelet originated in Dennis, MA and the popular silver bracelet with a gold or silver ball can be seen on the wrists of children and adults. “We received many requests for that style,” says VanHeel. “The simplicity and comfort of the design led us to work with our own design team and come up with a similar style yet we added an extra feature. The ball of the bracelet will hold a tribute to the deceased – ashes, some ground, whatever the customer chooses.” The design gives nothing away about what the interior holds and the sterling silver bracelet is rhodium plated to add to the durability and luster of the bracelet.
Hearing customers and taking constructive feedback is an important part of the growth of any retail business. Jewelry Keepsakes listened to what their customers were asking for and worked with their designers to come up with an innovative bracelet that fits the needs of the customer as well as gives them a way to hold close a small memorial of the deceased discreetly. Comfortable and timeless, the bracelet is available in different finishes and is designed with everyday wear in mind.
Jewelry Keepsakes is an online retailer that provides bracelet cremation keepsakes and memorial jewelry to consumers looking to honor or remember family, friends or pets that have passed on. The website features a comprehensive resource center of tips, articles and faq’s about grief, cremation and cremation related products.
If you’d like more information on this topic or to schedule an interview with Donna VanHeel, please call Donna at 877/723-7229 or email Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org.