Peter Ross brings uptown style to downtown Winslow

Shoppers no longer need to leave downtown Winslow to find big city chic.

Peter and Shayne Turgeon stand at the counter of their new business

Shoppers no longer need to leave downtown Winslow to find big city chic.

Peter and Shayne Turgeon recently opened Peter Ross Fine Jewelry & Glass, an elegant jewelry and fine glass store on Madrone Lane.

The new business is offering full-service jewelry repair, cleaning and appraisals, as well as custom work.

“We used to come over from Seattle for dinner and just fell in love with town, people and its sophisticated atmosphere,” said Shayne Turgeon. “It’s so beautiful here.”

Peter Turgeon has worked in the jewelry business for more than 11 years and is a Gemological Institute of America-certified gemologist. He met his wife when they were both working at his father’s jewelry store in Seattle.

While their store on Bainbridge is not a satellite store, they bring with them the same passion for beautiful pieces of jewelry.

Peter Ross is located at 147 Madrone Lane North (near Church Mouse Yarns and Mora Ice Cream) and is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday.

For more information visit www.peterrossjewelry.com or email info@peterrossjewelry.com.

 

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