Rings

Alice Cicolini

Diamond Sapphire Emerald Enamel Ring

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Price:

$9100.00

Diamond Sapphire Emerald Enamel Ring
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  • Diamond Sapphire Emerald Enamel Ring
  • Diamond Sapphire Emerald Enamel Ring
  • Diamond Sapphire Emerald Enamel Ring

With its rich, exquisite detail, this Alice Cicolini ring brings together traditional hand craftsmanship techniques of different cultures. The round, shimmering polki diamond with its striking natural characteristics is encased in a setting of 22K gold. A band of crimson vitreous enamel creates a halo around the stone. Just over the edge is a sparkling outline of pavé emerald, sapphire, and champagne diamond above the finely hand painted enamel design. This ring is like something you might find in the jewelry box of Indian royalty. Inspired by the original source of Alice's design influence - a small room in the Mehrangir Fort in Jodhpur - the enamel design is hand-crafted using ancient Persian techniques. This is an outstanding alternative to the traditional cocktail ring and a modern classic.

ring face : 5/8" diameter 
polki diamond : 9mm diameter : 1.20ct
pink sapphire, champagne diamond and emerald pavé : 1mm diameter each : .30cttw
22K yellow gold : 12g
22K yellow gold band width : 2.5mm to 3.5mm 
size available : 6
please contact us for sizing options

ring face : 5/8" diameter 
polki diamond : 9mm diameter : 1.20ct
pink sapphire, champagne diamond and emerald pavé : 1mm diameter each : .30cttw
22K yellow gold : 12g
22K yellow gold band width : 2.5mm to 3.5mm 
size available : 6
please contact us for sizing options

London - Inspired by the sacred architecture and patterns of the Silk Route, the hand-made jewelry collection of Alice Cicolini is created in India by one of the last Jaipuri meenakari. Using ancient Persian enamel techniques and traditions, the stunning, meticulously crafted collection exudes a extraordinary, artful style. Alice Cicolini's far-reaching talents include publishing books on British Dandyism, acting as curator and creative commissioner and researching for Central St. Martins where she remains closely involved with Indian craft and design.