Gold Snake Bracelet

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A 24ct gold-plated bracelet inspired by snake jewellery from antiquity. <br> <br> Snake rings and bracelets were very popular in antiquity and were worn possibly for protection against the evil eye or to ensure fertility. Snakes were also associated with the healing god Asclepius, who is often shown with a snake coiled around a staff. The original gold finger ring was found in Alexandria. <br> <br> This Graeco-Roman piece is inspired by an original dated to the 1st or 2nd century AD in the British Museum collection, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities. <br> <br> <b>Some notes on care of your gold plated jewellery </b> <br> -Wear and tear will cause gold plating to fade over time. How long this will take depends on how regularly you wear your jewellery and how you care for it. <br> -Gold plate can get dirty and/or corrode as a result of contact with chemicals and moisture. <br> -High temperatures can also discolour or permanently damage gold plated jewellery. <br>-Avoid wearing gold plated jewellery whilst in the shower, swimming pool, or whilst using household cleaning products, and protect it from contact with perfumes and body lotions. <br> -Clean gold plated jewellery in hot, soapy water. Do not use chemical jewellery cleaning products on gold plated jewellery.

A gold-plated bangle in the shape of a serpent, inspired by ancient Rome.

This sterling silver bracelet has been plated in 24 carat gold, and is based on original bangles in the Museum collection that date to around AD 1st century.

Snake rings and bracelets were very popular in antiquity, and were worn for protection against evil or to ensure fertility. Snakes were also associated with the healing god Asclepius, who is often shown with a snake coiled around his staff. Bracelets and rings in this design have been found in Egypt and Italy, including sites in Pompeii, and examples can be seen in the British Museum’s Greek and Roman department.

The bracelet has a small amount of flexibility to enable the wearer to put it on.

A striking gift inspired by history and culture.

  • Product Code: CMCJ59150
  • Product Weight: 0.02Kg
  • T.P: 39.86
  • Dimensions: Dia.7cm
  • Material: Gold-plated sterling silver
  • Postage Weight: 0.12 Kg

A 24ct gold-plated bracelet inspired by snake jewellery from antiquity. <br> <br> Snake rings and bracelets were very popular in antiquity and were worn possibly for protection against the evil eye or to ensure fertility. Snakes were also associated with the healing god Asclepius, who is often shown with a snake coiled around a staff. The original gold finger ring was found in Alexandria. <br> <br> This Graeco-Roman piece is inspired by an original dated to the 1st or 2nd century AD in the British Museum collection, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities. <br> <br> <b>Some notes on care of your gold plated jewellery </b> <br> -Wear and tear will cause gold plating to fade over time. How long this will take depends on how regularly you wear your jewellery and how you care for it. <br> -Gold plate can get dirty and/or corrode as a result of contact with chemicals and moisture. <br> -High temperatures can also discolour or permanently damage gold plated jewellery. <br>-Avoid wearing gold plated jewellery whilst in the shower, swimming pool, or whilst using household cleaning products, and protect it from contact with perfumes and body lotions. <br> -Clean gold plated jewellery in hot, soapy water. Do not use chemical jewellery cleaning products on gold plated jewellery.

A gold-plated bangle in the shape of a serpent, inspired by ancient Rome.

This sterling silver bracelet has been plated in 24 carat gold, and is based on original bangles in the Museum collection that date to around AD 1st century.

Snake rings and bracelets were very popular in antiquity, and were worn for protection against evil or to ensure fertility. Snakes were also associated with the healing god Asclepius, who is often shown with a snake coiled around his staff. Bracelets and rings in this design have been found in Egypt and Italy, including sites in Pompeii, and examples can be seen in the British Museum’s Greek and Roman department.

The bracelet has a small amount of flexibility to enable the wearer to put it on.

A striking gift inspired by history and culture.

  • Product Code: CMCJ59150
  • Product Weight: 0.02Kg
  • T.P: 39.86
  • Dimensions: Dia.7cm
  • Material: Gold-plated sterling silver
  • Postage Weight: 0.12 Kg
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