Antique Double Snake Ring Diamond Eyes Hallmarked 1900

My husband, as you might imagine, has a rather nice collection of rings. I always notice when he puts one on, a signet, a puzzle, a snake. I find them all rather sexy and I love to imagine him looking through his jewels and deciding which one to rock.

This Victorian double snake ring is scaled for a man, although it would be equally wonderful on a woman, I personally like to wear a serpent on my thumb. The ring is hand crafted in 18 karat gold, each of the smooth snakes wrapping around and around and around, each set with tiny little diamond eyes. This ring has a full set of hallmarks which say it was made in London, England in 1900 of 18 karat gold by the maker who’s mark is ‘WJH’. The ring measures 12 mm from north to south at the widest part and 7.7 mm north to south at the narrowest part, please take into account that this wide ring will fit a bit more snuggly than a thinner band of the same size, so while it’s a 10.5 in size, it will fit more like a 10. This ring weighs 9.9 grams.

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ITEM ID: RG1020065VS




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