Antique Victorian Silver Gilt Snake Ring 1879

$ 520.00

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I love the cheeky smile this wonderful single snake ring. Snakes have been used in jewelry for millennia but became particularly popular when Prince Albert gave Queen Victoria a snake ring for their betrothal gift.

This snake was hand crafted in Birmingham, England in 1879, it’s silver that’s been gilded to look like gold. The ring measures 7.5 mm north to south at the widest point and 19 mm across, it sits 3.6 mm off the finger and narrows to 2.6 mm at the back of the band. This ring is fully hallmarked with marks showing when and where it was made and it also has the lion rampant and a makers mark of ’S&G’. This size 6.5 ring weighs 2.5 grams.

I offer a 3-5 payment layaway on most items purchased for full retail price, please inquire if you are interested in setting up a layaway. We ship when payment is complete and items purchased or payments made on layaway are eligible for store credit only.

I always want you to be happy with every aspect of your purchase. If you are not completely satisfied for any reason simply let me know and we'll work together to get the item returned for a full refund. I guarantee that my pictures and descriptions are as accurate as possible. My goal is to exceed your best expectations!

ITEM ID: RG1021029V

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