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Paul-Randolph Jewellers was first Established in October of 1976 by Mr. W.H. Smith and family. The name originates from the middle names of his two sons,  Gregory Paul Smith & Brian Randolph Smith. Brian (frequently called "Paul") and his son Jeffrey now operate the business located in Downtown Kingston at Princess and Bagot Streets, tucked away inside the LaSalle Mews business complex.


"We are commited to the highest standard of Quality, Service and Customer Satisfaction". Our products are second to none, whether it be a sterling silver chain or a spectacular hand-made platinum, sapphire and diamond ring that takes an astonishing 60 hours worth of craftsmanship.

We do it all, and everything in between at the"One of a Kind" store.
Brian started his career at age 18 with well known Kinnear D'Esterre Jewellers as an apprentice goldsmith, in Downtown Kingston. After several wonderful years there he moved on to working as an apprentice platinumsmith in the very highly respected and well known platinum workshop of Peter Kochuta Jewellers  in Toronto where he worked for several years. After his time there he went on to study Gemology at the Gemological Institue of America or (G.I.A.) in Santa Monica California, the worlds leading gemological labratory and teaching Institute, graduating in residence in 1973. Upon graduating he was immediately hired by famous Montreal Jeweller Gabriel Lucas and managed their flagship store on Yorkville Avenue in Toronto for 7 years before moving back to Kingston and taking on his current postion as chief owner of Paul-Randolph Jewellers.
the 'One of a Kind' store