Good morning, my darlings, and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!!
I love this holiday so much. Silliness, exuberance, the breaking of rules, and the possibility of magic – what’s not to love?
In honor of Halloween, I’ve decided to do a roundup of fantastic snake jewelry! As we’ve discussed before, snakes motifs in jewelry represent all kinds of wonderful, romantic things – but, being snakes, they still exude an air of sensuous danger and temptation.
Without further ado, please enjoy the following glorious serpentine jewels.
A box of delicious antique snake rings from Roy Rover!
I met this mind-blowing snake bracelet at last year’s Lueur show.
A spectacular set of Victorian jewelry with blue enamel and diamond snake details. Spotted at Keyamour.
A mind-blowingly beautiful Georgian mourning ring in the form of a snake, from Butter Lane antiques.
Three glorious antique snake necklaces from Antique Animal Jewelry.
Taking one of my own snake rings out for a walk! This is the first antique snake piece I ever acquired.
I’m pretty sure I don’t need to explain what’s amazing about this antique snake necklace. (It’s DIAMONDS.)
The most fabulous Victorian snake bracelet! I spotted this one for sale at Prather Beeland and I’ll never be done pining for it.
A glorious antique Victorian snake brooch with diamonds and emeralds. At Humphrey Butler.
Three Victorian era snake rings from my personal collection.
A glorious Victorian era snake locket from A Brandt and Son! Gold with garnets. So fantastic.
A glorious opal ring by Mousson Atelier, with a magnificent setting of snakes.
An incredible antique snake pendant from Single Stone Vintage.
This post has been pretty heavily antique, but this snake is a contemporary. It’s by Juan Da Silva.
These babies from Lenore Dailey are Victorian era and have magnificent enamel detailing.
I met this glorious thing at Fred Leighton. I still owe you a full post about that day – it was pretty spectacular.
A fantastic gold and diamond snake ring by Anthony Lent.
Someday, I’ll find the right Victorian snake necklace for me. I loved this one, but it didn’t feel right on me. Still a beauty! Spotted at Keyamour.
That’s me covered in snakes and I love it. Happy Halloween, darlings. Go put on a costume and eat some candy.