We were born in LONDON, and debuted at the iconic colette concept store in PARIS.
Now we call CHICAGO home. 


Art, Design & Culture. ALMASIKA merges an abundance of influences. We embrace global traditions to create sculptural jewelry rooted in the universal symbols and stories spanning generations and cultures. We embarked on a journey following a singular philosophy – to explore what we have in common with others.
Softness, Curves & Timelessness. ALMASIKA soft curves and flowing lines echo the lines of the body for an effortless silhouette. Necklaces undulate delicately, bracelets twine, earrings nestle. We design timeless jewelry that comes to life with you, crafted to move through your day, your life and through generations.


Daring, Curious & Confident. ALMASIKA designs for individuals who are inherently passionate about the world around them. Exuding an effortless elegance, our jewelry has been embraced by notable individuals in all fields: independent thinkers who are curious, cultured and dynamic. 


Distinctive, Unique & Sustainable. We take pride in creating unique and distinctive designs that come to life in the hands of master craftsmen. Our jewelry is designed in Chicago and made using 18K gold. All our diamonds are natural and sustainably sourced. We take pride in creating unique and distinctive designs that come to life in the hands of master craftsmen.


Catherine Sarr

Catherine Sarr’s journey across three continents and her years spent in the luxury and diamond industries are at the heart and soul of ALMASIKA, her Chicago-based fine jewelry brand.

"I worked for various luxury and diamond brands promoting craftsmanship from around the world, including several years spent at DeBeers. As my journey has taken me from Paris, London, Abu Dhabi to now Chicago, my guiding philosophy has been to find what we have in common with others. "

Co-founder of the Prix Sarr-Les Beaux-Arts Paris and an avid art collector, Sarr’s practice is inextricably linked to her appreciation of creative composition. “Cultural craftspeople act both as interlocutors and sources of inspiration, setting in motion an artistic and intellectual dialogue.”

Sarr is civically engaged, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Diamonds Do Good Foundation. Sarr also fosters a connection to the contemporary art world;  she is a member of the Women's board and Advisory Committee of the Art Institute of Chicago as well as a member of the Palais de Tokyo committee.