A 1970s 18ct gold sapphire and ruby snake ring. Designed as ...

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A 1970s 18ct gold sapphire and ruby snake ring. Designed as two intertwined, textured snakes, each with oval-shape sapphire crest and circular-shape ruby eyes. Maker's mark for Alabaster & Wilson. Hallmarks for Birmingham, 1979. Ring size Q1/2. Weight 19.7gms.

More Information

  • Overall condition good. Some surface scratches/wear in keeping with general age and wear.
  • Band shows evidence of previous repair.
  • Some gems possible replacements.
  • Stones in good to fair condition with some abrasion and minor nibbles to the girdle and facet edges. One sapphire with two small chips to the girdle

  • Stamped 750 and numbered '11642' to inside of band.
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    Auction Date:
    15th Mar 18 at 11am GMT
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