Charlotte, NC, March 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Olive Yew, a jewelry designer specializing in feminine and petite handmade jewelry, is pleased to be a part of the newly announced Etsy / American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) partnership.
As a result of the new partnership between Etsy and the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), a limited edition collection of Olive Yew’s necklaces and bracelets will be sold at the AMNH online shop and museum shop.
Olive Yew is among 22 artists selected by Etsy, an online craft seller, to showcase their custom handmade jewelry at AMNH.
Angela Parker-Kennedy, owner of Olive Yew, states, “It is such an honor to have my jewelry displayed in such a highly regarded institution that has been around since 1869. Etsy has been such a great partner to Olive Yew and I look forward to this opportunity.”
About Olive Yew
Located in Charlotte, NC, Olive Yew (oliveyew.com) designs and creates handmade necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings in gold, silver and rose gold. Since 2011, Angela Parker-Kennedy traded in her corporate cubicle to pursue her dream of designing feminine pieces of jewelry that can fit any woman’s style. Visit Olive Yew on Etsy for a full product list.