Conestoga Grad Launches New Jewelry Business, Adds a Good Deed in the Process

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Images of Lauren Peck via SAVVY Main Line.

Conestoga High School graduate Lauren Peck has started a new jewelry business on the Main Line just in time for Valentine’s Day, writes Caroline O’Halloran for SAVVY Main Line.

Peck is a Graduate Gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America who began her career working at international auction houses. Most recently, she worked as a Jewelry Appraiser at Pall Mall Art Advisors.

At Lauren Peck Fine Jewelry, Peck works by appointment only, an approach that gives every customer a private, one-on-one experience. The products and services she offers include wedding bands, refashions of heirloom pieces, and her designs.

Her latest creation is The Kindness Bracelet that costs $165. This beautiful piece of jewelry also supports a worthy cause, as 10 percent of each purchase goes to the anti-bullying initiative Kind Campaign.

“As a female-owned and operated company, I am so proud to be able to give to this cause that helps girls across the country learn how to support each other, rather than tear each other down,” said Peck.

Read more about Lauren Peck Fine Jewelry at SAVVY Main Line here.

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