NEW YORK, Dec 13, 2010 / — David Rees and Ron Anderson, the designers behind the popular TenThousandThings jewelry brand launch e-commerce just in time for the holidays.

The much anticipated e-commerce site follows the retail success of the brand’s eponymous store in the Meatpacking area of New York City, and at retailers such as Barneys New York and Linda Dresner.

New and existing customers are now able to shop online, with distinctly modern and refined collection pieces shipping anywhere in the United States. The online store showcases numerous styles including diamonds, pearls, and the TenThousandThings signature beading and sculptural styles.

With the brand’s fashion forward designs, strong celebrity fan base and overwhelming demand from customers worldwide, the foray into online shopping was an inevitable progression.

Each TenThousandThings piece has the integrity of antique jewelry but is markedly contemporary: both organic and refined.

“Our big motivation has always been to create jewelry that could be considered an heirloom piece, like something valued by your mother or grandmother and passed down through generations,” says David. “Substantial and classic but original.”

Materials include rare American pearls from the Mississippi River, unusual sapphire cabochons in beautiful colors, black opals and diamonds, both brilliant white and unusual colors.

A signature technique is delicate gold or silver beading on chain as necklaces and earrings. Some of the newer pieces available online include, diamond pave knot earrings, a large gold sculptural cuff and the TenThousandThings take on a charm bracelet- made of pearls.