New jewellery pop-up/outlet store coming to Marlow

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Anthony Paul Jewellery are bringing an exciting new pop-up store to Marlow.

We’ve had an exclusive first look inside the new boutique, which will be opening in the former Jacksons of Marlow site on Spittal Street. The pop-up store will offer discounted jewellery, as well as a taste of Anthony Paul Jewellery’s new and bespoke ranges.

Marlow resident Anthony opened his first shop in 1982 in Farnham Common, before expanding to Windsor, Henley and Maidenhead. Now headed up for the last five years by sons George and Joe, the company has recently celebrated its 35th anniversary.

With their own in-house workshops and a team of master goldsmiths, they specialise in hand-making one-off pieces of jewellery, alongside a wide range of antique and vintage jewellery. And you’ll be able to get your hands on some of this for a reduced price at the Marlow store, which will open its doors on Friday 8th June at 12pm.

We spoke to George Jackson, director, and he told us: “It’s always been a dream of mine and Joe’s to open an Anthony Paul in Marlow, as this is where we were brought up. This new concept boutique is a fantastic way for us to offer Marlow a taste of what we have to offer, as well as passing on fantastic discounts.”

George was also on Marlow FM’s Biz Buzz show on Monday 4th June, talking all things jewellery, and if you missed it, you can catch the show now via  www.marlowfm.co.uk/listenagain/ 

Pop in and join the team for a celebratory glass of prosecco on Friday and have a browse! 

See their website for more: www.anthonypauljewellery.co.uk

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