Mens Victorian Double Snake Ring Diamond Garnet Eyes Dated 1870

A snake ring should be a part of your daily jewelry wardrobe. Which one and where you wear it? Well, that is, of course, up to you. Far be it for me to dictate how you wear your snake (or two, or three), I’m just saying that I think you should. In case you were wondering, I wear mine on my thumb, I don’t feel fully dressed if I leave the house without it, I suspect it won’t take long for you to feel the exact same way.

This double snake is a true Gentleman’s ring. To start with, it’s a manly size 10.5 and a weighty 12 grams of 18 karat gold. It’s got a subtle appeal, makes people come in a little closer to get a good look. Two snakes are wrapped around each other for all of time, one is set with glittering diamond eyes and the other with green demantoid garnets. This ring measures 14 mm north to south at the front and narrows to 10 mm at the back of the band. It is both inscribed and fully hallmarked. Made in Birmingham, England in 1870, the inscription reads “E. H. to M. W. Magar Novbr 8th 1870”, it also has a makers mark of ‘W.R’.

I think there’s a power that comes with wearing a snake ring, a sense of being in command, but I guess you’ll just have to try and see if you agree.

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Item ID: RGA21161VA



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