Victorian Gold year 1867 Serpent “Snake” Ring with Diamond from Maryland.

Civil War Era Snake Wedding Ring
Rose gold serpent ring with diamond
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The is a great Victorian serpent ring all handmade of 9 karat rose gold and set with a hand cut natural Diamond gemstone. The snake became a cherished symbol of eternal love, popularized by Queen Victoria, whose engagement ring given to her by Albert was this design of serpent jewelry. The natural diamond is .10 point of a carat, and is a nice bright gemstone. It was made in the year 1867 with nice detail in the design of four coils of the snake. Maker’s marks are HWT made of 9 karat rose gold was tested and stamped for the gold karat, made in Birmingham, with a date stamp S for the year 1867. The ring size is a 9 ½ and would be harder to resize because of the detail of the many rings on the snake.
Wonderful condition and fine to wear, the ring is ½ inches or 12 mm at the tallest area (height) of the band. Nice original period ring

Price: $595.00