This antique 18ct Gold Diamond snake ring is a spectacular find! Brought to the fore of the jewellery world when Queen Victoria was gifted a snake engagement ring from prince Albert, snake jewellery has remained revered for all these years, and even now!
We adore the two dainty rose-cut Diamonds which form her snake eyes, a subtle sprinkle of sparkle elevating the grandeur of this impressive piece.
Crafted from rich 18ct Gold, this opulent Edwardian ring is glossy, heavy and provides fabulous finger coverage. Fully hallmarked dating back to 1906, you won't find a more timeless investment.
ERA: Edwardian c.1906.
RING SIZE: UK Size N / US Size 6 & 1/2.
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring band is 10mm wide.
Ring face including snake head is 17.5mm wide.
2 Rose-cut Diamonds are approx. 1.5mm in diameter. Approx. 0.03ct.
*Please note the unique and irregular shape of Rose-cut Diamonds prohibit their accurate carat weight assessment. Carat weights provided are estimates only and based on the carat spread of equivalent sized modern round brilliant-cut Diamonds.
MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Rose-Cut Diamonds (0.03ct).
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: Crown, 18, London assay, Date letter "I" for the year 1906.
PACKAGING: Your ring will be shipped in a luxury velvet Lillicoco presentation box.
EXCELLENT: This antique 18ct Gold Diamond snake ring is in superb condition. There is little to report; her 18ct Gold has retained a highly saturated hue and is uber smooth, free from any dents or dings. Her two rose-cut Diamonds are secure in their settings and free from any wear. Am antique Gold ring bursting with sentiment and history, she would certainly be our top pick!