This striking antique 9ct Gold snake ring is the perfect new addition to your collection!
Boasting a two full sets of hallmarks including the rare Chester assay, this Victorian ring is a superb collector's piece.
Luxurious rosy 18ct Gold wraps itself around your finger with tiny rose cut Diamond eyes adding to this snake ring's undeniable decadence.
The double-headed serpent is a strong image representing an eternal bond and good luck. Let this Gold ring be a talisman of good luck and fortune to the wearer for many years to come!
The wide Gold band feels sturdy and comfortable against the skin when worn, and her flat profile makes her ideal for stacking alongside your other favourite antique rings.
ERA: Victorian c.1898
RING SIZE: UK Size O 1/2 / US Size 7 1/4
Resizing available on request
MEASUREMENTS: The band graduates from 4.5mm wide at the back up to 9.5mm wide at the front
The Diamonds are approx. 1mm in diameter
Total Diamond weight is 0.02ct
MATERIALS: 9ct Yellow Gold, Diamond
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "S.U", Chester Assay, "9", "375", date letter "P" for the year 1898
This antique 9ct Gold snake ring is in wonderful condition. The Gold is bright and buttery with only minor wear to the back of the band. The Diamonds a sparkly with some wear commensurate with age, all held securely in place. A previous resize is noticeable inside the band, however, this is not visible from the outside. This ring is a fantastic example of Victorian design, ready to be worn and enjoyed for many years to come!