Unique 9k Diamond Serpent Ring


Beautiful antique style diamond eyed snake ring with detailing all the way around.  I believe this piece is originally from India, but I found it Florida and brought it to Texas in hopes that it will find a good home!  A great accent ring for an evening event or even for jeans and t-shirt.  Very versatile with a BoHo vibe mixed in with a Gothic and Victorian feel.  The stones are in perfect condition with NO cracks or chips.  Metal work is amazing with such detailing and absent of dents or cracks.  Snakes were a popular for Victorian engagement rings as Queen Victoria was given a serpent ring by her love Price Albert on their engagement day.  The serpent represents eternal love, fidelity and friendship.  


* Solid 9k Yellow Gold (stamped)
* Natural Single Cut Diamond .02pts in each eye for a total of .04pts
* Size 7.5 (This item should only be sized by a custom jeweler as the design wraps around entirely)
* 3.8 grams
* c. 1980-1990's
* Appraisal Value $450.00 (Original Included)


Diamond is a spiritual stone, a symbol of perfection and illumination, activating the Crown and Etheric Chakras. It enhances inner vision and stimulates creativity, imagination, and ingenuity, opening the mind to the “new” and “possible.” Placed on the Third Eye, a Diamond encourages psychic development, and is a valuable tool for remote viewing, telepathic communication and clairvoyance.  In addition to its spiritual power, Diamond has an unconquerable hardness and has been known since antiquity as a “Stone of Invincibility,” bringing victory, superior strength, fortitude and courage to its wearer. It is associated with lightning and fearlessness, and for its properties of protection. It is a symbol of wealth and manifesting abundance in one’s life, an amplifier of energies, goals and intent, and is highly effective in magnifying the vibrations of other crystals for healing.

Unique Vintage 9k Diamond Serpent Ring

SKU: 25

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