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Featured Gay Friendly Wedding Vendor: Etienne Perret, Portland, Maine

Sunday, December 9th, 2012

Periodically we’ll feature one of our vendors here to let our readers know about some great people who can help you plan the perfect wedding.

Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Etienne Perret, Portland, MaineEtienne Perret is a jewelry designer in Camden, Maine, but his designed are sold fine retailers around the world. He specializes in gold and platinum jewelry.

His first visit to Maine, in 1973 when he took a summer retreat from the University of Vermont, acquainted him with the picturesque Midcoast town of Camden. At 19 he left college and The magnetic charm of this town pulled at him after he returned loaded all of his belongings into his little truck and followed his dream.

In Camden, he rented a small shop and pursued his hobby of silversmithing, selling his jewelry to the general public and making custom pieces clients who liked his unique melding of art, fashion and design. Etienne worked from this store for twenty five years, watching it grow from a one-person operation to a twelve person business.

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Gay Friendly Wedding Vendors in Maine

Featured Gay Friendly Wedding Vendor: Etienne Perret Jewelry, Portland, Maine

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

Periodically we’ll feature one of our vendors here to let our readers know about some great people who can help you plan the perfect wedding.

Gay Friendly Maine Wedding Vendors

Etienne Perret Jewelry, Portland, MaineEtienne Perret is a jewelry designer in Camden, Maine, but his designed are sold fine retailers around the world. He specializes in gold and platinum jewelry.

His first visit to Maine, in 1973 when he took a summer retreat from the University of Vermont, acquainted him with the picturesque Midcoast town of Camden. At 19 he left college and The magnetic charm of this town pulled at him after he returned loaded all of his belongings into his little truck and followed his dream. In Camden, he rented a small shop and pursued his hobby of silversmithing, selling his jewelry to the general public and making custom pieces clients who liked his unique melding of art, fashion and design. Etienne worked from this store for twenty five years, watching it grow from a one-person operation to a twelve person business.

Etienne Perret now has a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design, as well as a graduate gemologists degree from the Gemological institute of America. He’s won two Diamonds of Distinction awards, and has twice been a finalist in the prestigious Diamonds international Design Competition.

See the Etienne Perret Expanded Listing on Purple Unions Here