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Entwined into each other two meaningful snakes rest with powerful meaning symbolizing one soul and eternal love.
A pair of romantic reptiles snuggle-up in a cozy love embrace in this Victorian double snake ring with diamond and ruby.
Prince Albert chose a gem-encrusted snake motif jewel for his beloved Victoria. As a consequence of his action, this genre of ring became a virtually overnight fashion must-have.
This ring represents walking in the well-deserved footsteps of fashion mavens everywhere. Here we see a double head snake ring, one serpent head is crowned with a sparkling antique old mine cut diamond of approx .07 Ct called by ancient cultures “fragment of eternity”.
His soulmate has a vivid red antique round cut ruby glowing with approx .07 Ct symbol of passionate love.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold during Victorian era, marked with assay, Birmingham and Date I for 1857/58 ca.
Very good overall condition, normal wear consistent with age and use.
Romantic engagement ring, or wedding band. Perfect right hand companion.
18 Kt yellow gold
assay, Birmingham (anchor), Date I 1857/58, partially worn and hard to read
1 antique round cut ruby of approx .07 Ct; 1 old mine cut diamond of approx .07 Ct(VVS/VS-D/E);
head of the ring is 6.3 mm at widest part; sits 2.4 mm high on finger ;
very good overall condition, wear consistent with use and age