TAKE A LOOK BEHIND THE SCENES WITH JEWELLERY BRAND MAYA MAGAL
When I first founded Maya Magal, not only was it important to build the brand around affordable everyday luxury pieces, but I also wanted to make sure to celebrate individuality when creating collections. Most of my pieces are for that reason very versatile, and can be mixed, matched and swapped as one personally likes. The bespoke service we have is also something I love offering our customers, and it’s such a rewarding process to be able to create one-of-a-kind pieces with and for them.
To give you a peek behind how it all works, we start with an initial consultation to chat about personal tastes and expectations. From then onwards the entire process can go as far as them hand-picking each individual stone, so the customer truly has complete control over the design and the final product. What I think makes it even more special is that the majority of our bespoke pieces are designed and made in-house. We also collaborate with amazing tradesmen in none-other than Hatton Gardens to make sure every piece is perfected.
We have people coming in for engagements, anniversaries and other various occasions, and it’s been so exciting to create so many unique pieces. I have an amazing head jeweller, Karolina, with incredible expertise and she makes sure all personalised pieces are made flawlessly from start to finish.
Jeweller at work
All of our bespoke jewellery as well as the rest of our collections are handmade on these very benches.
I have a team of amazing jewellers that work across all 3 stores. From the very beginning we put jeweller benches in the actual shops, as I truly wanted to create a unique in-store retail experience when visiting. It gives everyone the chance to see the incredible craftsmanship behind every single piece, and hopefully a sense of where and how it is made.
Having jewellers in-house is not only great for commissioned pieces, but it also allows us to offer quick amendments and/or special requests for the jewellery we sell on site. Maybe you will spot a jeweller at work next time you come around!