Queen Victoria was given an engagement ring from Prince
Albert that was designed as a snake with emeralds in its head, and as her fashion and style was so closely followed by people around the world, it is no surprise that snake designed rings became so popular even after her death and here is a wonderful example of a snake ring that was made in 1918.
Made in 18ct yellow gold, this ring is designed as a snake with its body making up the ring that looks so good on the finger and will certainly be admired.
From the back of the ring it measures 6.3mm wide and at the top where the diamonds are set it measures 14.18mm wide.
Set into the head are 5 lovely old mine cut diamonds that total 0.42 carats and sparkle magnificently.
The old mine cut diamonds have so much charm and character to them as they are all hand cut and have that wonderful character that matches so well with the style and design of the ring.
When this ring is on your finger, you will feel the love and charm that only a wonderful antique ring can produce and with the historical significance attached all goes to make this an exciting example of a snake ring that will be always look so unique and special on your finger.