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36 | thejewelr ybook.com W I T H O U T S E V E R A L C O N S I S T E N T Y E A R S of tiny annoyances, a glowing pearl would never grow. e pearl is a poetic metaphor for how we interact with the irritants of life. Pearls are a classic reminder of the potential splendor awaiting those who accept a bit of grit. It certainly gave Nashville's one-of-a-kind jewelry artisan, Vincent Peach a lustrous and historic past, and present. Vincent Peach is known for his bespoke one-of-a-kind jewelry art. He off ers an array of fi ne jewels and has launched a men's line with hand- braided leather o en featuring a single freshwater, pink or Tahitian pearl. His family history dates back to prominent American jewelers and North America's fi rst "pearl people," notably his late father, James Peach. is pearl-famed family heritage proved to be, and continues to operate as a pioneering designing spirit. An inviting energy that dates back decades while advancing each day with no stop signs in sight. Expressive Freedom ere were many admirable character traits that James Peach passed onto to his enterprising and design-attuned son, Vincent. One of them was the importance of being fi rst and at select times. One of Vincent's companies was the fi rst in America to successfully harvest through freshwater farming. at company was also the fi rst to sell freshwater pearls in the US. When a foreign substance slips into a mollusk, the creature protects itself by covering the irritant with layers of nacre. This substance provides the classic, lustrous fi nish we have come to admire and acquire in pearls. Photo: Luxe Licensing Sophisticated simplicity is found in a 15mm Tahitian pearl pendant (for men and non-binary individuals) with a sterling silver mount and a Tahitian pearl closure in premium bovine leather by Vincent Peach. by Dan Scott No Grit, No Pearl: The Vincent Peach Legacy Winter 2024 | Editorial

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