Paul Coyne

Jewellery Designer from Co. Offaly

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Paul is a native of the beautiful and historical midlands town of Tullamore. Since 2010 Paul has created designs that involve the use of unusual materials such as wood and resin whilst combining them with precious metals that create contemporary jewellery.

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55B Small Square Pendant

€90

by Paul Coyne

Hand crafted in matt finished sterling silver and selected oak from Irish whiskey barrel oak, this pendant is simple, subtle and has a story to tell, with its single square of whiskey wood.

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55B Stud Drop Earrings

€75

by Paul Coyne

Elegantly styled stud earrings that drop from the ear with a clean modern look, made from matt finished sterling silver and whiskey barrel oak.

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Legacy Long Pendant

€175

by Paul Coyne

Simple & elegant pendant made in Ireland from beautifully dark bog oak wood and brightly polished sterling silver which gives a stunning contrast. Bog Oak Wood & Sterling Silver.

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Cobble Bracelet

€300

by Paul Coyne

Sterling silver bracelet with organic shaped links inspired by the worn and polished historical cobble streets of Ireland. Polished silver links with a T-Bar clasp resulting in a contemporary and sophisticated look. Sterling Silver.

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Legacy Stud Earrings

€90

by Paul Coyne

Architecturally inspired stud earrings made in sterling silver with bog oak inlay. With a high polished finish and the contrast of the natural, dark bog oak wood the result is an eye catching pair of contemporary earrings.

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Trio Cobble Pendant

€125

by Paul Coyne

Three organically formed cobble stone pendant, made from beautifully high polished sterling silver with a beautiful weight to the pendant that hangs from the silver belcher style chain.

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Paul is a craftsman in the pure sense, having trained as both a furniture designer and a fine jeweller & goldsmith. This dual design background is reflected in his jewellery work as they follow architectural principles with an air of minimalism.