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SOLD! - (ANTIQUE) Victorian circa 1850-1880 - 5 Mine Cut Diamond Snake Ring

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Antique Victorian circa 1850-1880 - 5 Mine Cut Diamond Snake Ring (Adjustable Size 5,6,7,8)

BELLA COUTURE® World's Boutique of Beverly Hills - If you wish to be the first to view our newest treasures, simply register to create an account or subscribe to our stores newsletter, there is a quick link button on the left or right hand side of our store page. We look forward to doing business with you in the near future. We thank you again for shopping Bella Couture ® of Beverly Hills, CA. Gorgeous New Arrival from Paris... 5 DIAMONDS Total! Chic' and sultry to say the least. Amazingly, this rare authentic antique heirloom treasure is *adjustable and WILL FIT ANY SIZE FINGER! This fabulous hand-crafted one of a kind true Victorian ring is set with 5 dainty Mine Cut Diamonds, substantial in elegance, circa 1850-1880. Hallmarked with 5 unique marker's marks, one of which is #"375". A stunning gold design with much elegance. Authentic dainty Diamond snake rings are rare. The shank is thick, sturdy and fashioned as though the snake were softly, gently and elegantly wrapped around your finger. On one side, the tail comes to a soft point. The head of the snake is set with 5 diamonds and smooth elegant etchings. All Diamonds are showcased at the top of the snake's head. The ring can fit just about any ring size, 4,5,6,7,8 it is currently a size 7. Simply open or close it a bit to fit you perfectly. No need for it to be sized by a jeweler, simply do it yourself in only a few seconds. The perfect ring for someone who loves life, as the snake represents eternal life. Just in case you were unaware, Queen Victoria's engagement ring was also a snake ring. The snake design has been a anchor of the jewelry world since ancient times. Gorgeous and very stylish! Chic' to say the least.

The diamond is the birthstone of April. Its origin derives from the Greek word "adamas," meaning indestructible. The Greeks believed the brilliance and fire in the diamond reflected the constant flame of eternal love.

During the last 3000 or 4000 years, diamonds have always symbolized wealth, power, love, spirit and magical powers. It was believed that diamonds were actual fragments of stars and the teardrops of the gods.

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