White Topaz Jacobean Long Drop Dot Earringscic-ejLdt
With their playful sparkle and hint of color, these Alice Cicolini earrings were inspired by Jacobean architecture and the original princess cut stone, first found in 1960s London. The octagonal 14K yellow gold drop is painted with pale blush lacquer and tiny white dots. A shimmering white topaz is prong set at their center and they hang from 14K yellow gold and blush lacquer bars which attach to post backs.
total length : 1 3/8"
width : 5/8"
white topaz : 5mm x 5mm each
14K yellow gold post backs
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.
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White Topaz Jacobean Long Drop Dot Earrings