We have a remarkable antique 18ct Gold Ruby Diamond double snake ring for you to feast your eyes on! 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!
The Edwardian ring has been crafted from solid 18ct Gold, with one snakehead boasting a dazzling Diamond and the other a seductive red Ruby! The inside of the band is fully hallmarked to 1905, making this a valuable and authentic antique Edwardian Ruby Diamond ring for anyone's antique collection.
ERA: Edwardian, c.1905
RING SIZE: UK Size Q / US Size 8.
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MEASUREMENTS: Snake heads are 9.5mm long x 13mm wide.
Ring band is 4mm wide at the back.
Diamond is 2.25mm in diameter.
Ruby is 3mm long x 2.5mm wide.
MATERIALS: Tests as 18ct Gold throughout, natural earth-mined Diamond & Ruby.
HALLMARKS: 'SULTD' Makers Mark, Crown, '375', Chester Assay, Date letter 'E' for the year 1905 inside band.
EXCELLENT. This antique 18ct Gold Ruby Diamond double snake ring is in excellent condition. Both the Diamond and Ruby are securely set and make for quite the spectacular gemstone duo. When looking through a loupe you can see the Diamond is an old mine cut, a cut designed to sparkle under candlelight. The design of the ring has withheld the test of time, with the snake detailing remaining in pristine condition. With a full set of antique English hallmarks, some may call this Edwardian snake ring an English rose!