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Alice Cicolini

Hessonite Garnet Opal and Sapphire Summer Snow Ring

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$1386.00

Hessonite Garnet Opal and Sapphire Summer Snow Ring
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  • Hessonite Garnet Opal and Sapphire Summer Snow Ring
  • Hessonite Garnet Opal and Sapphire Summer Snow Ring
  • Hessonite Garnet Opal and Sapphire Summer Snow Ring
  • Hessonite Garnet Opal and Sapphire Summer Snow Ring
Playful in its design, Alice Cicolini has captured the essence of summer in a sophisticated, intricately hand crafted ring. The hand carved dendritic opal with its swirling tones of peach, charcoal, beige and mocha lays the foundation for the multi-leveled flower. The middle layer is a carved hessonite garnet with a vibrant orange sapphire set atop. Each layer spins around from its center point on the 9K yellow gold band adding a fun element of movement to the already wistful composition. 'Summer Snow' refers to the flurries of pollen that tumble down like snow from Moscow's 350,000 poplar trees during the heart of summer.

ring face : 1" diameter 
dendritic opal : 25mm diameter each 
hessonite garnet : 18mm diameter each 
orange sapphire : 3.5mm diameter : .03ct
9K yellow gold : 5g
9K yellow gold band width : 2mm to 3mm 
size available : 6.25
please contact us for sizing options

ring face : 1" diameter 
dendritic opal : 25mm diameter each 
hessonite garnet : 18mm diameter each 
orange sapphire : 3.5mm diameter : .03ct
9K yellow gold : 5g
9K yellow gold band width : 2mm to 3mm 
size available : 6.25
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.