A late Victorian gold serpent ring, the three coils of the body and diamond set head formed of highly polished 18k yellow gold. The snake or serpent ring was popular in Victorian times as symbolising eternity or eternal love, Queen Victoria wearing one to ensure its popularity at that time. This 18k yellow gold ring is in very good condition and clearly hallmarked for London, 1989. Weight 11.5g
Period / Age
Victorian - Edwardian
Customisation & Alterations
All our new designs can be customised, either with subtle alterations to your taste or a complete bespoke design starting from
scratch. Vintage items retain their value when in original or near original condition. Most rings can be expertly altered to your finger size, free of charge & within 24 hours.
The metal specification refers to the main part of the item (e.g. the shank of the ring) and not to the setting around the diamond, which is usually platinum.
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may not always be wholly accurate. Specifications can be customised online, but images may not accurately reflect
this change. Designs with variable stone size options may often be illustrated using a single image that does not accurately reflect the specific stone size being viewed. Please contact Kayes for further information.
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