Victorian Intertwined Diamond Snake Ring
Intertwined snakes like these were the Victorian Symbol for everlasting love, the beautiful idea of two lives twisting together and becoming one. In fact, Queen Victoria's engagement ring was two serpents holding an emerald. Made in Birmingham between 1865-1866, this lovely piece is a wonderful representation of intertwined love. Topped off with two beautiful old mine cut diamonds, this piece is a must-have for any jewelry collection!
- Crafted in 9k yellow gold
- Features two old mine cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .75 carats
- Currently size 6 1/2
Because we do all our restoration work by hand we can offer a wide array of customization. If you have inquiries about sizing, alterations, or engraving, you can inquire about a quote here.
As with all antiques, this piece is one-of-a-kind and can sell at any time. Before placing your order, please contact a store to check on availability. Unless otherwise noted, antique jewelry can be exchanged in its original condition within 15 days of purchase.