An Early Victorian Turquoise Snake Ring And PomanderAn Early Victorian Turquoise Snake Ring And Pomander

An Early Victorian Turquoise Snake Ring And Pomander

An early Victorian turquoise snake ring and pomander, the ring in the form of a coiled serpent, encrusted with cabochon-cut turquoise and ruby-set eyes, suspending a fine gold trace chain terminating to a pomander in the form of a sphere, encrusted with cabochon-cut turquoises, all mounted in yellow gold in original fitted case, circa 1840, the pomander measuring approximately 1.9cm in diameter, the chain measuring 12cm long, ring size N, gross weight 18 grams.

The above piece is over 100 years old and as therefore Antique.

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No. S32777M

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