A contemporary bow ring by jewellery designer Alice Cicolini, elegantly finished with white seed pearls and black enamel that has been set in 18 carat yellow gold.
Each piece in Alice Cicolini's Beau collection of seed pearl jewellery has been designed and created to the highest standards in the UK.
The inspiration for the look of the collection draws on two of Alice's passions - a love of traditional 18th and 19th century European jewellery and the eccentric personality of English fashion throughout the ages.
Lustrous saltwater Akoya seed pearls and hand-finished black enamel decorates the gold bow motif of the ring, whilst a tiny diamond kiss has been set in either side of the knot, juxtaposing the masculinity of the monochrome palette with the feminine lustre of these now rare miniature seed pearls.
This ring is available in a standard size M, which is 16.7mm in inside diameter and equivalent to a standard 6¼ size in the United States, or in a choice of alternative sizes and white gold. If you would like further information, please Contact Us or download and print our Ring Sizer to check the size of an existing ring.
View the Beau by Alice Cicolini collection here.
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