The new owners of Paul's Jewelers

Dear Friend,
 

It is with great excitement for you, our patrons, that I announce the new owner of Paul’s Jewelers: Mitch Prejbeanu. 

As many of you know, I have been focusing on designing my Greek-influenced jewelry for the past 15 years. This has given me much joy and success and as a result, I have been thinking about how to manage both that design business and Paul’s Jewelers at large. 

Some of you know that Mitch and his wife Andreea, are members of my church. One day Mitch and I had a conversation about expanding his jewelry manufacturing business by adding retail to his already successful jewelry company.  Mitch loved the idea and is now ready to accept a new challenge. He embraces Paul’s philosophy that jewelry is very personal and he's passionate about forming relationships one person at a time. 

I consider this an answer to prayer, as it was very important to me to sell the business to someone I knew, and trusted to carry on the high standard of customer service for which Paul’s Jewelers has been known since 1967. I am certain that my father, Paul, would approve, knowing that his name and the store he created would live on.

The official transfer of ownership begins today, March 1st, 2022. Mitch and I have agreed that I stay on as a consultant and designer to Paul’s Jewelers. Please come in and say hello so I can introduce you to Mitch. 

For those of you wondering what my next chapter will look like, I will be focusing on Greek-inspired designs, including Greek wedding rings, Greek crosses, and Greek wedding wreaths. Follow me on Facebook at Vivian P. Anton Jewelry Design. 

It is with gratitude and great expectation that I send you this announcement. I will see you in March, and continue on so that there will be an easy and successful transition! Thank you all for being loyal Paul’s Jewelers patrons and I look forward to seeing you soon. 

 

Very Sincerely,

Vivian

 

Designer

Goldsmith

Graduate Gemologist

 

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