Inv. #22883
Sixties Diamond-Set Gold Snake Ring
Price: $1,800.00

Circa 1960s, 14k, American. This charming sixties snake ring mixes ancient motifs with modern tribal chic. Its distinctive look brings mysticism to everyday wear. Finely made in fourteen-karat yellow gold and set with a .25-carat diamond in the snake's head, this ring is in excellent condition.

Remarks from Lawrence Jeffrey: "Sleek, little serpents have long decorated our fingers and wrists. Though they traditionally represent fidelity and friendship, we love them for their exotic charm."
Condition: Excellent condition.
Ring Size: Ring size 7, it can be sized.
Weight: 6.9 gr
Stones: .25 carat H color, SI1 clarity diamond
Hallmarks: 14k
Price: $1,800.00
#22883
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Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

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