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About Mocielli

Falling in love with life lies at the core of Mocielli’s philosophy


In Jungian theory, archetypes are deep enduring patterns of thought and behavior that remain powerful over long periods of time, and transcend cultures. Plato referred to archetypes as Forms, which he saw as pre-existing ideal templates or blueprints.


There are a few main feminine archetypes : the Queen, Maiden, Lover, Mother , Priestess or Warrioress.  These archetypes are fractures of a complete woman and they stand for different varieties of female energy, each with their own unique areas of focus.


Represented this way, it allows women to understand and affirm their strengths, and to cultivate missing (or “recessive”) female energies to help support personal growth.

Mocielli jewellery is inspired by feminine archetypes ingrained deep in our beings and  strives to be a precious reminder of the virtues and strengths we carry within.

The human touch of traditional craftsmen, focus on the ornamentation and finer details is a crucial element to Mocielli designs. Love for gemstones, and also for their perfect imperfections, is supported by gemological knowledge and plays an essential part in the story of the brand. The aim is to draw from the strength of the traditions of the past to create contemporary jewellery that is timeless but with a modern edge.



MOC means power  in polish

CIEL means heaven in french   

LLI an Italian flavour in adoration of their craftsmanship and art


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 Malgorzata Mozolewska designer and artist.  She graduated from design department of Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland.  For 3 years she worked in Marcel Wanders Studio in Amsterdam designing for established brands like Moooi, Allesi, Bisazza, M&S. Over the course of three years she gained a broad experience in designing products such as home accessories, lighting, furniture, packaging, fashion accessories and textiles.   Marcel Wanders  motto was to “make our most exciting dreams come true”.

Absorbed by this philosophy she moved to different countries in pursue of her own dreams,  freelancing and working on personal projects. She worked in Vista Alegre, Portugal on independent designs in close coordination with the manufacturer of glass, crystal and porcelain products. In 2015 she received a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland that helped her develop a series of projects including a lighting collection that was well received and led to other exciting opportunities.


Finally she moved to London, where she immersed herself in the world of jewellery, first by studying Gemmology at GEM A (The Gemmological Association of Great Britain) and then creating her own jewellery brand Mocielli.  

Her personal way to create jewellery brand Mocielli was the way of searching happiness, she changed the job, countries, and places where she lived to find her heaven on earth in the heart of London - jewellers quarters Hatton Garden, where the jewellery community is flourishing.

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