A rare pendant circa 1860-1870, this sensual, diamond studded bauble features a particularly fine rendering of the serpent that coils endlessly for the wearer!
With a smart, geometric top, the pendant features a snake coiled four times, with diamonds inset into her lithe head. The details are perfectly in line with the bold features of this era.
Materials and Features: 18ct gold, diamonds
Age/Origin: English, Archaeological Revival, c. 1860
Measurements: 6.75 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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