Victorian 18 Carat Double Snake Ring With Sapphire And Diamond Detailing
Beautiful substantial Late Victorian double headed snake ring designed as two snakes, the heads facing in opposite directions, the
The back of the shank is designed as two bands.
For those of you that like faces, these snakes have the sweetest derpy duck faces.
The heads of the snakes are set with a brilliant cut diamond and a sapphire, and are set into open back settings so are perfect for everyday wear.
Ring size - 8 but can be sized
Weighs - 4.8g
width of band at back - 3.3mm
width of band at face - 8.3mm
Fully Hallmarked for Chester, 18 carat, 1900
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Historically, serpents and snakes represent fertility or a creative life force. As snakes shed their skin through sloughing, they are symbols of rebirth, transformation, immortality, and healing.
They were very popular during the Victorian era. Prince Albert gave Queen Victoria a snake ring for her engagement to symbolise protection and eternal love.