12:12PM, Tuesday 14 July 2020
We’re delighted to announce that our Windsor, Maidenhead and Henley-on-Thames boutiques are now open.
Our new procedures are now in place to ensure the safety of our staff and our customers. This will include new social distancing measures, hand sanitiser stations, plastic screens, masks and gloves, where necessary.
Due to the size of our boutiques, we have introduced a customer limit in each store, which will be managed by staff. We kindly ask that you respect the wishes of our staff, especially if our boutiques have reached their customer limit.
8a Bell Street,
Oxfordshire, RG9 2BG
44 King Edward Court,
Berkshire, SL4 1TG
28 Queen Street,
Berkshire, SL6 1HZ
ANTHONY PAUL OUTLET STORE 10 SPITTAL STREET, MARLOW, SL7 1DB
We welcome back all our customers and we’d like to thank everyone for their patience over the last couple of months. See you soon.
Our history starts with Anthony’s passion for jewellery. His love for the trade is perhaps not surprising, given his upbringing. His mother was in the antiques business, so always filled the house with vintage items and treasures. It was also his mother who got Anthony his first job, at a small jewellers in Ascot, back in 1978. It was here, as an apprentice goldsmith, that his passion for jewellery developed into a business vision.
And that dream became a reality in 1982, when Anthony opened his first shop in Farnham Common. After rapidly gaining an impressive reputation, he relocated to Windsor just four years later. With business booming in the Royal Borough, he also expanded to Henley-on-Thames and Maidenhead in the following years. In 2004, he opened a bigger Windsor store, which remains our flagship branch today. But, all of this couldn’t have been achieved without the support of his talented team, including general manager Corina Walker and head goldsmith Nick Rumney, who have each been with the company for more than 15 years.
In 2006, Anthony was joined by his first son, George, and this was followed by his second son, Joe, in 2008. They are both bringing their passion and fresh ideas to the growing family business.
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