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Gold Ring with Pair of Snakes
18 ct. gold ring set with a diamond and a ruby, in the form of two snakes with their heads and tails intertwining at the ring’s focal point.
On snake has a diamond on the top of its head and the other is decorated with a ruby.
Circa 1880 with no marks apparent, probably having been worn away over the years, but the gold tests as 18 ct.
The ring is a UK size Q.