I’m just now starting to think about the designers who’ll be at the Jewelers of America New York Winter Show, March 1–4, and there’s one in particular who I’m excited to see again. His name is Vincent Peach, and he makes bohemian-looking leather and Tahitian pearl jewelry. (You know pearls are my favorite, especially Tahitians!) While I got acquainted with him years ago at the JCK Las Vegas show, he lacked the photography and PR help that editors need to give him press. Now, though, the situation has been rectified, as he’s enlisted a PR firm and has a look book of styles, so I can finally enjoy seeing the collection, knowing that I’ll actually be able to write about it since he has professional images of his jewelry to support an article. The Nashville, Tenn.–based artist debuted his line in 2008, has upward of 375 national accounts, and retail price ranges from $40–$15,000.
Here are a few of his newest pieces—stay tuned for more.
Tahitian pearl and leather lariat by Vincent Peach for $1,950
Leather and Tahitian pearl cufff by Vincent Peach for $740
Leather, diamond, gold, and Tahitian pearl earrings by Vincent Peach for $1,485
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