Introducing Paul Magen

 

 

Paul Magen has been in the jewellery business for over 30 years. In his words, he is the happiest when interacting with his customers and bringing his “ideas to life” with regards to his jewellery making.  Paul designs handmade and bespoke jewellery using uniquely textured silver and gold, set with precious and semi-precious stones. He also does a lot  of  commission based work where he uses his experience and knowledge to design and make pieces of jewellery that you have always desired, including  engagement rings, wedding rings and eternity rings. Paul uses an array of metals from silver, white, gold, yellow and platinum set with many semi-precious stones including Blue Topaz Amethyst through precious Sapphires Rubies Emerald and then onto Diamonds in various cuts and colours clarity’s. With this being said, Paul’s signature designs are a combination of organic and handmade textures which are crafted using a variety of metals from silver and gold to platinum.  He also sources diamonds and unusual semi-precious stones which are then incorporated into the designs of each customer’s specification.

 

 

We had the pleasure to talk to Paul and ask him a little bit more about his jewellery and designs at our Press and Bloggers Day event on Saturday 2nd June.

Interview as follows…

1.)Good Afternoon Paul. Thank you for attending our event today and also taking the time to talk to me about  your collection here at our summer boutique! Firstly, can I ask you to talk me through your designs?

Yes, of course! My collection is music inspired, I have always loved music so I decided to incorporate that love into my designs. For example, I have a collection called Green Day, which is inspired by the band of course! Also the stones I use are organic and some of them are recycled.

I take specifications from  my customers as well, where my aim is to design a piece that is not solely an expression of my creativity but also an interpretation of your unique and personal style.

2.) That’s great! So, how do you feel about exhibiting your collection within our summer boutique with other similar ethical designers?

Its great to be apart of everything! Its good to be within the industry where there is a nice mix of people. Its also different, as I am usually linked to the high street.

3.)Lastly, considering we are at our Press and Bloggers Day event- which we have organised to promote our boutique and your designs on all social media sites, can I just ask what social media means to you and your brand?

Yes, its good to get content and to get in on people! Its makes the whole experience more personable.

 

Why not come by and see Paul’s amazing handmade designs for yourself here at 7 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 3JH.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

 

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