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Lark & Berry Unveils the First Ear Piercing Advent Calendar

It’s 24-day advent calendar featuring the brand’s exclusive curated ear-piercing collection that uses only cultured diamonds and stones.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – Just in time for the holiday season, Lark & Berry is set to release a decorative, 24-day advent calendar featuring the brand’s exclusive curated ear-piercing collection that uses only cultured (never-mined) diamonds and stones. The advent calendar box includes 24 piercing items and most-loved pieces including the Veto Sapphire Crescent Labret and other studs, labrets and hoops – all set for any ear-piercing fanatic and their friends.

The box is valued at £8,950 and the Lark & Berry Curated Ear-Piercing Advent Calendar releases Monday, October 5th, 2020 which will be available on the brand’s website at www.larkandberry.com. The Lark & Berry Curated Ear-Piercing Advent Calendar is made of recycled materials and is modelled after Lark & Berry’s flagship brick and mortar store at 52a George Street, Marylebone.

“In our short history, Lark & Berry has been proud to be the “first” several times over now – the first exclusively cultured, designer jewellery brand, the first cultured diamonds worn at the Met Gala in 2019, the first cultured diamonds necklace on an Oscars’ opening performance, and more. So, we wanted to break boundaries again by being the first brand to have a beautiful, surprise advent calendar collection of fine jewellery piercings, the world’s first of its kind featuring stones much more environmentally responsible than mined ones.” said Laura Chavez, Lark & Berry founder.

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