The snake has been a powerful image since the Victorian era and continues to be popular even in modern jewelry. It has been an inspiration for jewelry design for ages, often used to symbolize eternity, everlasting love, life and protection.
This is a gorgeous double snake ring from the Victorian era. Made of 14kt yellow gold, the design features two intertwined snakes that have a lovely 3-dimensional look. The snakes' bodies act as the band of the ring, and their heads meet at the center. The tip of each tail overlaps at the sides of the band, adding to the visual beauty and detail of the ring. Both snakes have beautiful ruby eyes, and two sparkling rose cut diamonds set in each head. Two of the diamonds are approximately .15 carats each and the other two are .07 carats each. Engraved grooves on the top form the snake’s scales giving the ring the perfect finishing touch. Stamped inside the shank is 14+ and the ring tests as 14kt. This is a wonderful everyday piece and perfect for any snake lover. The ring weighs 4.6 dwt and is currently a finger size 6.