Dirty Paradise arose from the idea of ​​jewelry that accentuates the personality, will and spirit of each client who wears it.

The brand, created by Alex Guitart in 2018, produces unisex fine jewelry.

When Alex returned from a period living in Australia, she discovered an interest in jewellery.
She realized that there was a serious lack of jewelry on the market that fit her style.
This gave rise to the idea of ​​creating a unique jewelry brand to stand out from the rest.

With a combined approach of original and exclusive designs, Dirty Paradise offers the awakening of something much deeper in each client.

Using only high quality noble metals. The jewelry produced is a "game changer"
At Dirty Paradise we produce jewelry in Sterling Silver (925) and 9k, 14k and 18k Gold.

Everything is produced in Barcelona, ​​​​from the first sketch, the wax modeling,
the casting and finishing of the pieces, and the setting and engraving.
Keeping the entire creation process in one place allows us to maintain the highest standards in production quality and finishing.

At first, all production was headed by Alex. At the end of 2019, the number of orders received grew too large for one person to ensure optimal processing times and therefore more jewelers were added to the team.

We have our own original designs and love the challenge of making custom pieces to order.
The inspiration for our designs comes mainly from traditional American tattoos, custom motorcycles and the art that surrounds us.

We love bringing to life a client's own ideas and designs or illustrations and photos that have special meaning to them.

There is the "Flat Models" series, which is essentially a "blank canvas" that we often engrave.
And of course we produce pieces with personalized shapes if the jewel requires it.
The focus on the production of each piece at Dirty Paradise is to make it 100% by hand to achieve high quality and unique look through an artist's touch rather than coming out of a mass production assembly.

Artisanal methods are used such as wax modeling and hand engraving (a technique in which tools called burins, which are extremely sharp blades, are used to make cuts and incisions in the
metal to create designs such as illustrations, portraits, names, textures, etc.)

A rare technique for jewelers even in modern times is to use a microscope to make engravings that achieve a high level of precision and detail.
All of this comes together to make the jewelry at Dirty Paradise known for producing unusually detailed and quality jewelry.