A must be in every antique jewelry collection - a double headed snake - a symbol of eternal love, first presented by Prince Albert as an engagement ring for his wife-(and Queen-)to-be Victoria back in year 1840.
Needless to say, that such serpent design depicting two snakes wrapped round the finger was extremely popular in late 19th up to mid-20th century and were commonly gifted as an engagement ring.
This ring is set with two natural garnets which have a deep velvet color. It fits like a charm due to a wide band and looks amazing when stacked!
This snake ring will make a great gift for antique serpent jewelry collectors and those who adore symbolic jewelry!
Hallmarks: "SB&G" - Masters mark; '9 375' for 9k gold; 'Anchor' sign for Birmingham assay office; year letter "Y" for 1973-74;
Centerpiece stones: two garnets of 4.5 mm in diameter each;
Ring size: 18.5 (58) or US size 8.5 - can be easily resized;
Weight: 2.9 grams.
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The other two rings shown on the last picture can be seen in our shop separately and are not included in this listing.
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