A striking snake ring from the Art Nouveau (ca1910) era! Crafted in 18kt yellow gold and platinum, this serpent encircles the finger and displays a gorgeous Transitional cut diamond in its head. The beautiful stone weighs approximately 0.20ctw and exhibits SI2 clarity. The yellow gold head and tail of the serpentine figure are etched with a scale motif and detailed facial features. Between the etched gold portions lays a polished platinum band, lending to an eye-catching mixed metal design. Perfect for a snake lover, this Victorian ring is an impressive addition to any collection!
Measurements: The ring fits a finger size of 6 1/4 but could be resized. The ring measures 2/5" wide at the back and slightly more than 1/2" wide at the front.
Condition: The ring is in good antique condition, the diamond is intact and securely set.