Estate Victorian Style Mixed Metals Diamond Snake Ring 0.50ctw
The snake has been a powerful image since the Victorian era and continues to be popular even in modern jewelry. It has been an inspiration for jewelry design for ages, often used to symbolize eternity, everlasting love, life and protection.
A magnificent Estate diamond snake ring inspired by the Victorian era! Crafted in 14kt yellow gold and silver, this fabulous piece portrays a single snake, whose body and tail coils around the finger to form a dramatic and bold ring. The snake's head, neck and body curls and bends and the tail loops through the coiled body, slithering up the finger. The body of the snake is encrusted with several small Rose Cut diamonds, including two representing its eyes, and set in the center of the the head is a large pear-shaped Rose Cut diamond. The sparkling surface accents the rich mixed metals setting beautifully and collectively, the diamonds have a total weight of approximately 0.50ctw. The band and underside of the ring is 14kt yellow gold and the snakes body is crafted in silver. The shank is stamped with what appears to be "585" and "800" along with a small makers mark. A striking piece for any snake lover, it looks fantastic when worn and would make an incredible addition to any collection!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size 6.5 but could easily be re-sized. The coiled snake body centerpiece measures a little less than 1 1/4" tall, is 3/4" wide and has a depth of 1/4".
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold and silver setting, and all of the diamonds are intact.