This beautiful Victorian era snake ring coils luxuriously on the finger and the multicoloured enamel and floral design makes it a delight to look at. Inscribed P.G 1846, perhaps this was a gift to represent eternal love. Snakes we're a popular motif in jewellery throughout history but became particularly popular in the Victorian era, when Queen Victoria was presented a snake engagement ring by her husband-to-be, Prince Albert.
Features: Solid 14k gold minimum acid tested, enamel, inscribed P.G 1846
Period: Early Victorian
Condition: Enamel is worn with age, overall condition is good