Victorian Diamond Mind Snake Ring in 18k Rose Gold

$ 1,950.00 

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A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.
A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.
A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.
A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.

A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.

Materials

18k gold
Diamond

Age

c. 1870

Condition 

Excellent

Size

US 9

This ring can be sized down, somewhat; to add custom sizing to your order, visit our services page. 

Dimensions

Ring face measures approx 12 mm; base of shank measures approx 7 mm (this measures both bands, as they lay naturally). The snakes head measures approx 6.5 mm wide. The primary diamond measures approx 4.1 mm x 3.9 mm (about .33 carats).

A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.
A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.
A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.
A Victorian-era ring, modeled as a snake that encircles the finger. This snake wears a sparkling old mine cut diamond atop his head, and his slightly protruding eyes are set with tiny rose cut diamonds, in rub-over settings. This smiling guy wraps the finger three times; he is substantially made, in 18k rose gold. The primary diamond is approx .33 carats; its color is F/G; its clarity is VS. During the Victorian era, snakes were popular symbols of everlasting love.