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prada snake print boots | Reptile style: Unexpected splashes of snake-print cause a stir ...

Reptile style: Unexpected splashes of snake-print cause a stir

Serpent pendant with pearls by Rene Lalique

Lalique - Pendant with a Chain 'Snakes Coiled up into a Ball' Gold, pearls and enamel; The Hermitage

1920s Gold Diamond and Turquoise Snake Ring image 2

1920s Gold Diamond and Turquoise Snake Ring

Ooh, I love this. *starts casually searching for red and black snakeskin fabric*

Lee Sharon

Lee Sharon

Victorian gold and turquoise cufflinks, c.1880, in the form of coiled snakes, symbols of eternity.

Victorian gold and turquoise cufflinks, in the form of coiled snakes, symbols of eternity.

victoria zuban haunted6 FGR Exclusive | Victoria Zuban by David Benoliel in Haunted

FGR Exclusive

Haunted--Photographer David Benoliel and stylist Danny Santiago team up once again for a new fashion shoot featured as FGR's latest exclusive.

Gucci Milano - Collections Fall Winter 2016-17 - Shows - Vogue.it

Catwalk photos and all the looks from Gucci Autumn/Winter Ready-To-Wear Milan Fashion Week

One of three match holders formed of bricks made by the Gusareva factory in Moscow and now in the Royal Collection, two of which are by Fabergé. This example by Fabergé is mounted with gold handles in the form of pairs of entwined serpents decorated with sapphires and pearls; workmaster Erik Kollin, before 1896. Acquired by King Edward VII, date unknown. (detail)

One of three match holders formed of bricks made by the Gusareva factory in Moscow and now in the Royal Collection, two of which are by Fabergé. This example.

Autumn Queen Foam Wig - Not quite!!... up to Antoinette standards, DAHLINK@@This looks like black liquorice; a Liqourice Wig!

Autumn Queen Foam Wig - Not quite! up to Antoinette standards, DAHLINK looks like black liquorice;

Snake

Designed as a textured gold coiled snake, the body enhanced by cabochon sapphire and single-cut diamond 'X' motifs, with an old European-cut diamond and rose-cut sapphire head and circular-cut ruby eyes, mounted in gold, ins.

A GRAECO-ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

A graeco-roman gold snake ring circa century century A. Composed of two coiling snakes, their heads turned out on either side, their bodies forming a Herakles knot at the centre, details incised in.

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