Corinne “Alexia” Herbst, Owner of Alexia Gallery, Passes Away

Sad news from West Ponce.  Daren sends along this photo of a sign posted outside of Alexia Gallery…

alexia sign

All the very best to Alexia’s family and friends during this very difficult time.

9 thoughts on “Corinne “Alexia” Herbst, Owner of Alexia Gallery, Passes Away”


  1. Oh, no– soooo sad! My “big” Christmas present for the past 4 years has come from there (they design truly beautiful jewelry)…heartfelt condolences.

  2. Corinne helped me with purchasing my wife’s wedding rings. She will always have a special place in my memory.

  3. Oh, sad news. Corinne did a wonderful job with my engagement ring and custom wedding band a few years ago.

  4. So very, very sorry to hear this sad news! Corinne was a wonderful, supportive part of the Decatur business community, and a lovely person with a ready smile. My heartfelt condolences to her friends and family. She will be missed!

  5. Corrine designed my wedding rings, and we had a long talk one afternoon about her advanced breast cancer. I’ve lit a candle for her. I am sad she is gone.

  6. I can’t believe it. I was just in there recently and discussed her stage 4 cancer with her and had encouraged her to go to a support group. She seemed so healthy and well. I had no idea that she was ill at the time. A great loss for the city.

  7. Corinne was my ‘go to’ for gifts for my wife since we moved to Decatur. She was a wonderful person to talk with, and always had a great idea for the perfect piece of jewelry. A huge loss for this household and for Decatur!

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