Alice Cicolini

Inspired by the sacred architecture and patterns found along the Silk Road, spanning from Northern China to Turkey, Alice Cicolini incorporates the ancient shapes, rich colors, and traditional motifs into her jewelry collection. Her use of rare and nearly extinct techniques, like Kundan and Meenakari, employed by skilled artisans is a large part of her allure and success. Meenakari, for example, is an antiquated method of carving an intricate design into either gold or silver and then filling it with enamel. Alice Cicolini’s jewelry is truly a magical combination of artistry and craftsmanship at the highest level.

(top to bottom: Silver and Pink Quartz ring $1,900, 22ct Gold & Peridot Kimono ring $5,110, 24ct Gold Lemon-Quartz ring $1,770)

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  1. Plami wrote:

    These are so beautiful!

    XoXo
    Plami

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  2. Whoa, these are stunning! I almost would be sad to put one on my finger, because then all the patterns below it wouldn’t be visible! Maybe a cool ring for a charm on a necklace?

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  3. wow..stunning pieces!

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  4. These are gorgeous. I want them all.

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  5. Vanita wrote:

    I love rings and those are beautiful!

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  6. B.Weber wrote:

    These are beautiful!

    HauteStandards

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  7. Domonique wrote:

    Very unique! The green stone is perfection….

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    x

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  8. BEAUTIFUL!!!! xoxo
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  9. shannon wrote:

    Those are beautiful and unique.

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  10. veronica wrote:

    um.. dream engagement rings! especially the lemon quartz. i’m now obsessed.

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  11. These are amazingly cool, love the modern take on this traditionnal prints, the shapes of the rings, the colors and the superbe craftmanishp.

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  12. Monica wrote:

    I love the unique inspiration. The gems are gorgeous!

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  13. courtney wrote:

    holy…cow. these are SWEET!

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  14. Cristina wrote:

    My two favorite things…fashion and architecture! These rings are beautiful in shape and in color.

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  15. LEAH wrote:

    The blue and yellow contrast is stunning.

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  16. Pilar wrote:

    Woowwww! they are so cool! love them!! they are very special
    nice cool hunting!

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  17. Becca wrote:

    Oh my gosh! I’ve seen these about a year ago but she wasn’t selling in the US yet! Do you know if she is now? Thanks for sharing these.

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  18. Ahhhh.. I’ve done some jewelry design and making myself and I can only imagine how complicated she has made it for herself. These are awesome! I only wish I could afford it.. Or even do it myself.

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  20. adorable designs!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
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  21. Chessa! wrote:

    these are gorgeous. I love the color combinations and the shapes.

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  22. january wrote:

    love that middle ring + the backing details
    january, x
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  23. love these, really unique pieces of jewellery. you don’t usually see high end jewellery featuring such colourful stones. favourite has to be the lemon quartz ring.
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    x

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  24. Elledoc wrote:

    These rings are stunning! I can’t even pick a favorite they are all great.

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  25. Those are so beautiful! And I love the drawing style.
    <3 Makenzie

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  26. great..luv it!

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  27. Sonal Goel wrote:

    These are beautiful, but the art forms are not nearly extinct. Its one of the most popular jewelry techniques in India. Still mainstream, still very much prevalent. To be exact, look up Jaipur and Udaipur jewelry INDIA> 😀

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