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Alexia Jordan Presents her Exquisite New Collection – ‘Pulse’

Alexia Jordan continues to define and reinvent classic jewellery design by cleverly utilising the concept of ‘negative space’, exploring the relationship between the heart and its rhythm. Alexia uses different golds, rhodium and diamonds, allowing the wearer to interpret these combinations for themselves.

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Alexia Jordan continues to define and reinvent classic jewellery design by cleverly utilising the concept of ‘negative space’, exploring the relationship between the heart and its rhythm. Alexia uses different golds, rhodium and diamonds, allowing the wearer to interpret these combinations for themselves.

“In some pieces, the beat and the heart are separated, symbolising a disconnect; in others, they are solid, symbolising unity and strength” explains Jordan. She continues, “A few pieces are connected through a link, symbolising a mend. I am keen to encourage customers to buy into the collection with their emotions”.

Alexia grew up between New York, Moscow and London, inspired by and paying homage to diverse cultural themes in her work when creating her timeless pieces. The jewellery is hand-crafted in Italy from 18 carat rose gold and white gold and an intricate combination of white and black diamonds.

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Available exclusively at www.alexiajordanjewellery.com

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