The ouroboros, a snake in the form of a circle holding its tail in its mouth, in an ancient symbol of eternity. This motif has been used as a symbol of the infinite in jewelry for centuries upon centuries. The 19th century update to the motif paired two snakes together entwined in various knots or interlocking shapes to symbolize the eternal love between two people. This wonderfully knotted twin snake ring dates to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period. The snakes bodies loosely loop toge #edwardianperiod
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The ouroboros, a snake in the form of a circle holding its tail in its mouth, in an ancient symbol of eternity. This motif has been used as a symbol of the infinite in jewelry for centuries upon centuries. The 19th century update to the motif paired two snakes together entwined in various knots or interlocking shapes to symbolize the eternal love between two people. This wonderfully knotted twin snake ring dates to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period. The snakes bodies loosely loop toge #edwardianperiod





The ouroboros, a snake in the form of a circle holding its tail in its mouth, in an ancient symbol of eternity. This motif has been used as a symbol of the infinite in jewelry for centuries upon centuries. The 19th century update to the motif paired two snakes together entwined in various knots or interlocking shapes to symbolize the eternal love between two people. This wonderfully knotted twin snake ring dates to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period. The snakes bodies loosely loop toge

The ouroboros, a snake in the form of a circle holding its tail in its mouth, in an ancient symbol of eternity. This motif has been used as a symbol of the infinite in jewelry for centuries upon centuries. The 19th century update to the motif paired two snakes together entwined in various knots or interlocking shapes to symbolize the eternal love between two people. This wonderfully knotted twin snake ring dates to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period. The snakes bodies loosely loop toge

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