ANTIQUE EDWARDIAN DIAMOND ENTWINED SNAKE RING 18CT GOLD DATED 1904
A grand Antique early Edwardian ring depicting two coiled serpents entwined together. The snake’s heads meet at the front and both of their eyes are set with twinkling 0.03ct Brilliant cut Diamonds.
Serpent jewellery was popular in Victorian times, after Prince Albert gifted the young queen Victoria with a serpent ring during their courtship. Two entwined snakes represent loyalty, friendship and eternal love.
The ring is crafted in polished 18ct Yellow Gold and has a good solid weight to it. It is complete with London hallmarks within that date the piece to 1904.
WEIGHT: 13.6 grams
MEASURES: S in the UK or 9 ¼ USA - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approximately one week.
FACE MEASURES: Width 15mm x Height 12mm x Depth 3mm
BAND WIDTH: 5mm at the back – 12mm at the front
METAL: 18ct Yellow Gold
STONES: Brilliant cut Diamond (approx. 0.12ct total)
CLARITY: SI1 - H Colour
AGE: Edwardian. Dated 1904
ORIGIN: London, United Kingdom
MARKS: 18ct stamp, London hallmarks
ITEM NUMBER: 20-312