Nashville-based jeweler Vincent Peach has set up shop in The Gulch.
Vincent Peach is operating from a historic building located at the southeast corner of the 12th Avenue and Laurel Street intersection. A grand opening date for the shop has yet to be determined.
In addition to displaying and selling Vincent Peach's custom jewelry, the store will also offer several gallery rooms devoted to Andy Warhol original art pieces. The gallery will open soon.
Vincent Peach jewelry can be found in retail stores in 13 states and in Japan. In Nashville, three jewelers offer the line.
Vincent Peach, who owns the shop with his name, owned Pesca, a home furnishings store and fine imports showroom, in Nashville for nine years before selling building from which it operated. Since then, his jewelry, which will also be manufactured at the Gulch site, has been worn by local celebrities like Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift.
The partnership behind the venture includes Creative Artists Agency Vice President Rod Essig and Mark Bloom, a local real estate investor and developer.
The retail store is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.