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Victorian heart-holding snake turquoise bracelet (circa 1850)

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eNum: 3912.CREN.3114

Really unusual mid Victorian period bracelet made in the shape of a snake’s head holding a heart. It is set in fifteen-carat yellow gold and beautifully designed.
The head of the snake is set with wonderful turquoise stones. It has got diamonds set for the eyes.
The heart is also holding a small little turquoise stone and this style of bracelet with serpents was very popular in the Victorian period c1850-1880.

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