ANTIQUE VICTORIAN DIAMOND SNAKE GOLD RING DATED LONDON 1901
This fabulous 18ct Yellow Gold Antique Victorian Diamond snake ring is a symbol of intertwined love.
Serpent jewellery became popular during the early years of Queen Victoria’s reign coinciding with the full flowering of the Romantic Movement. Serpents represent love, loyalty and friendship, what a lovely combination. Serpents were given as a token of love and friendship during the Victorian Era.
Two lovely old cut Diamonds adorn this beautiful ring, they are SI 1 H Colour.
Diamonds sparkle continuously and beautifully captivating the allure of natures beauty.
Diamond is the hardest mineral on Earth and this combined with its exceptional lustre and brilliant fire has made it the most highly prized of all gems.
Old cut Diamonds are known to dance by candle light.
The ring is fully hallmarked London 1901, it is steeped in history.
A genuine Victorian ring which would suit either sex, and make a perfect wedding ring too.
It weighs 8.1 grams
Measures S ½ in the UK or 9 ½ USA - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approximately one week.
The face of this ring measures 13mm across x 10mm down
The Diamonds measure approx. 3mm across x 3mm down
Stands 2mm off the finger
In excellent condition all round.
ITEM NUMBER 8049