Stunningly attractive serpent ring made in Birmingham around 1909.
Set unusually with a cabochon Malachite and two tiny rose-cut diamond to the eyes this little beauty has one of the sweetest ‘smiley’ faces that are highly sought after. Constructed form lush bright 18ct gold.
Hallmarked with full British hallmarks for Birmingham, 18ct, unfortunatley the date letter is faded but we believe it’s ‘k’ for 1909.
A delight to wear, smooth and just melts on to the finger.
‘Crown’ / 18 / Anchor / ‘k’? (Faded stamp, we believe it to be 1909)
Approx S (Resizable by competent jeweller)
Lovely antique condition