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Introduction
Atocha Treasure Company LLC Expands into HEAVY METAL BIKER JEWELRY GENERAL FASHION JEWELRY MARKET
Kenny Miller, of Atocha Treasure Jewelry, has been manufacturing sterling silver coin replicas and 14k jewelry for 25 years in Estero, Florida. He began in 1985 by producing replicas of the coins that Mel Fisher, a well-known American treasure hunter, discovered in the sunken Spanish galleon, Senora de Atocha, off the coast of Key West, Florida. Knowing that most people could not afford to buy any of the $400 million worth of gold and silver coins being sold by Fisher, Atocha Treasure Jewelry began producing sterling silver replicas for a much lower cost. Miller’s company served a large market for these precisely produced coins, as well as jewelry, for this 25 years.

To further his markets in need of inexpensive products, Miller is now producing stainless steel heavy metal biker jewelry for wholesale and individual use. So again, Atocha Treasure Jewelry is providing an affordable product, this time for bikers, rockers and other persons of the “born to be wild” self-definition.

Miller creates and crafts his jewelry with use of a scanning and milling machine, also known as a CAD/CAM. By this process, the item of jewelry is designed by computer software or scanned in 3D to a special printer with a milling spindle, which actually cuts the design sent from the computer. The system results in absolute precision and infinite variation, allowing a more desirable appearance to some than handmade versions. This system, substituting for handcrafting, also reduces cost, despite the fact that each piece of jewelry is individually produced.

Atocha Treasure Company LLC is excited to pursue its new venture and meet the needs of the heavy metal community.

Atocha Treasure Company LLC was founded in 1985 to provide consumers with a wide choice of sterling silver replications and gold jewelry, and now including heavy metal biker stainless steel jewelry.
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Miller creates and crafts his jewelry with use of a scanning and milling machine, also known as a CAD/CAM. By this process, the item of jewelry is designed by computer software or scanned in 3D to a special printer with a milling spindle, which actually cuts the design sent from the computer. The system results in absolute precision and infinite variation, allowing a more desirable appearance to some than handmade versions. This system, substituting for handcrafting, also reduces cost, despite the fact that each piece of jewelry is individually produced.

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