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GOLD, DIAMOND AND COLORED STONE SNAKE BRACELET, LATE 19TH CENTURY The coiling serpent of braided gold decorated at the head with numerous rose-cut diamonds, completed by small round ruby eyes.

Unusual double-headed snake ring, its yellow gold and platinum body with scale-like engraved decoration and eah snake-head terminal set with a pear-shape diamond, one white and one yellow Hancocks, contemporary

Emerald and diamond bangle: rose-cut diamond body, rectangular-cut emeralds, round diamonds, set in gold, mid-19th century. Estimated: $100,000 – $150,000.

A DIAMOND AND COLORED DIAMOND BROOCH, BY THEO FENNELL Designed as a pavé-set diamond and black diamond snake, with circular-cut ruby eyes, mounted in white gold Signed Theo Fennell, London $62,500.00

Platinum topped gold and diamond serpent brooch, circa 1910. The intertwined serpent signifying love, set with old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.15 carats, the eyes set with round rubies. [Tone, color and contrast has been *very* slightly altered in order to better see the design]