Eternal Love Snake Ring
The snake is a symbol that has carried many meanings since ancient times. The un-ending circle the snake forms was an emblem for eternity and even eternal love throughout the Victorian era. Indeed, Prince Albert proposed to Queen Victoria with an engagement ring, in the image of a snake with an emerald-set head. For Victoria, the snake was symbol of eternal love, making her betrothal ring the ultimate token of happily-ever-after. Our 14K yellow gold Victorian snake ring (circa 1880) features a lively, 0.70ct champagne Old Mine cut diamond, VS2 clarity, and two tiny rose cut diamond eyes (0.02ctw). We love the graceful smoothness of this piece. Currently at a petite size 4.5, this sleek ring would make a wonderfully sentimental and chic engagement ring for a sentimental 21st century gal!
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