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Diamond And Ruby Double Headed Snake Ring, Circa 1940s
ABOUT THIS RING
Chic since way (way) back, snake rings show no sign of falling out of favor. Though very popular during the Victorian era, this one hails from the 1930s-40s. Each crowned with a raspberry-red ruby, two finely engraved serpents embrace in reptilian fashion, while a bright old mine cut diamond sparkles brightly between them. A captivating coil for your finger. Hand fabricated in 14K rosy-yellow gold.