Victorian Double Headed Moonstone Snake Ring
Antique Victorian double headed snake ring set with two moonstones in 9ct gold c.1890's
Smooth and flush to the finger, this ring is very easy to wear.
Snake rings were commonly given as a symbol of eternal love. Prince Albert proposed to Queen Victoria with the very first engagement ring, which was in the image of a snake with an emerald-set head. For Victoria, the snake was an emblem of eternal love, making her betrothal ring the ultimate token of happily-ever-after
9K yellow gold, not marked
- Weight: 5.2 grams
- 2 oval cabochon cut moonstones, total weight 0.80ct
- 4 rose cut diamonds, total weight 0.04ct
- Size UK: P ½ , US: 8
Item will be packaged in a gift box and shipped Royal mail with insurance.
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