Victorian serpent ring - Matthew Weldon
, , , ,

Victorian serpent ring

SKU: SI852 Tags: , , , ,
Appraised value: 3,750.00

2,650.00

Antique 18kt gold sapphire and diamond serpent ring

Description

We have a bit of a thing for serpent rings. This one is a beautiful example. Set in luxurious 18kt yellow gold with a fine deep blue sapphire on one side and a old cut diamond on the other. The sapphire is an estimated 0.3cts and the diamond 0.2cts. Both stunning old cut stones with chunky facets. There are also small little eyes, each set with small faceted diamonds. It is currently a size “M” but can be sized to fit almost any finger. It is very unsual and the quality of the gems in this serpent ring are top quality.

The snake motif was a favorite of the Victorians and rings were no exception. It was popularised when Prince Albert presented Queen Victoria with a snake ring in 1839. The snakes are often intertwined to represent the connection of the people involved. These rings were produced in various qualities and with various stones. This is a high quality 18kt gold, sapphire and diamond example.

Additional information

Item code

SI852

Item type

Ring

Item sub type

Serpent Ring

Style Era

Victorian

Metal

Tests as 18kt yellow gold

Gemstones

Sapphire and diamond

Gemstone shape

Cushion Cut

Lab Report

HRD MW authenticity report

Report No.
Size

Can be adjusted to fit – Please send us your finger size or else enquire and we can send you a ring sizing kit