Queen Victoria loved serpentine jewels. Snakes were a common jewelry theme during the Victorian era. They symbolize eternity and the renewal of life. The sinuous reptile does lend itself to some rather ravishing jewelry designs, as this stunning ring proves. This Victorian ring features a line of bright green emeralds along the top of the snake's head, with rose cut diamonds for the eyes. Crafted in warm 14 karat yellow gold, the ring also features beautiful floral hand engraving. A special and unique ring that's filled with symbolism, it's sure to be your new favorite heirloom.
- 14 karat yellow gold
- Rose Cut Diamond (eyes), approximatley 0.005 total carat weight
- Emeralds, approximately 0.25 total carat weight
- Size 7.25.
- Circa 1880
- Condition = Excellent.