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For Sale on - This dramatic jewel is of important size and museum quality, it also has an edgy modern presence that belies its 150 years age. The serpent throughout

PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND BANGLES Each designed as a serpent, the heads and tails set with circular-cut rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, each inner circumference approximately 190mm, gross weight approximately 155 grams.

PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND BANGLES Each designed as a serpent, the heads and tails set with circular-cut rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, each inner circumference approximately gross weight approximately 155 grams.

EMERALD BANGLE.  The bangle designed as a hinged serpent with circular-cut emerald enhanced eyes, inner circumference approximately 177mm.

The bangle designed as a hinged serpent with circular-cut emerald enhanced eyes, inner circumference approximately

A 19th century gold and gem serpent bangle, a signet ring and a stickpin The textured head with cabochon ruby eyes, the fexible tail forming the bangle, circa 1860; an oval bloodstone intaglio signet ring in 9ct. gold mount; and a stained oval malachite stickpin

A century gold and gem serpent bangle, a signet ring and a stickpin The textured head with cabochon ruby eyes, the fexible tail forming the bangle, circa an oval bloodstone intaglio signet ring in gold mount; and a stained oval malachite stickpin

A snake bangle and ring The bangle designed as a coiled serpent, the head highlighted with circular-cut sapphires, the eyes set with similarly-cut rubies, accompanied by a ring of similar design, bangle inner diameter 6.1cm,

A snake bangle and ring The bangle designed as a coiled serpent, the head highlighted with circular-cut sapphires, the eyes set with similarly-cut rubies, accompanied by a ring of similar design, bangle inner diameter

DIAMOND BANGLE, LATE 19TH CENTURY Set to the front with a graduated line of circular-cut diamonds, inner circumference approximately 155mm.

DIAMOND BANGLE, LATE 19TH CENTURY Set to the front with a graduated line of circular-cut diamonds, inner circumference approximately 155mm.

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