Where Mourning Meets Art: Black Victorian Mourning Jewelry.....
This would look so hot with a black dress...Boucheron Snake Bracelet
YES DO WANT RIGHT NOW - knotted snakes gauntlet cuff
A Victorian serpent bangle The sprung hinged bangle modelled as a coiled serpent, the scroll engraved head set with a pear-shaped cabochon garnet, with matching garnet eyes, inner diameter 5.2cm.
The intricate bead and wirework of this 18k gold snake bracelet dates back to 1870 - the level of detailing was actually achieved using a microscope. See what else is in jewellery designer Eliane Fattal's jewellery box. #LoveGold
Atum warding off Apophis
The sun god Re (in an unusual manifestation) killing the snake-demon Apep (Apophis) Detail from the Book of the Dead of the royal scribe Hunefer (ca. 1300 BC), a papyrus scroll which is kept in the British Museum, London.