• Love snakes? The best in serpent jewelry

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    A potent symbol of things like fertility, salvation, and wisdom in many spiritual circles-the serpent remains a protector and a fashion staple. The following designers showcase their takes on the coiling creature and we present our picks for the best in serpent jewelry.


    Thalia Jewelry

    Diamond snake ring signifies re-birth and renewal-usually worn heads up. Can be ordered with a diamond or ruby head.

    18k gold and diamond snake ring $2950

    Thalia Jewelry Diamond Snake Ring

    Bittersweets NY

    Featuring tiny carved snakes going end to end. Available in yellow, white, green or rose gold.

    Serpentina Ring $395

    Bittersweet NY Serpentina Ring

    Elsa Peretti

    The modern serpentine from Elsa Peretti for Tiffany's. In sterling silver.

    Snake Ring $450

    Elsa Peretti Serpent Ring


    D. Jo Jewelry

    Rolled gold with a garnet eye, 14k yellow gold filled chain. From the Aphrodite Collection

    Ever After Necklace $200

    D. Jo Jewelry Ever After Necklace Serpent Jewelry

    Jennifer Zeuner

    With a glinting diamond eye this is a fashionable way to celebrate Adam and Eve. In vermeil, silver or 14k gold.

    Alves Necklace $176



    Jennifer Zeuner Alves Necklace Serpent Jewelry

    Aurelie Bidermann

    A choker of fertility in 18k gold plate.

    Tao Snake Necklace  675 Euro

    Aurelie Bidermann Tao snake necklace




    Stine A. Jewelry

    Simple silver snake armband, for the inner Goddess.

    Snake Bracelet $190

    Stine A Jewelry Snake Bracelet

    Sophie by Sophie

    In rhodium plated silver with sapphire eyes, this dainty snake bracelet has mighty power.

    Snake Bracelet with Sapphires  99 Euro

    Sophie By Sophie Snake Bracelet

    The Met Museum Store

    This replica is from a mold of an Egyptian bracelet from around 300-250 B.C. and in 14k gold overlay.

    Snake Bracelet $85

    Met Museum Store Snake Bracelet

    Serpent jewelry has clearly been around for centuries and continues to inspire artists. There are many ways to reinterpret the snake as jewelry and represent it's mythology and spirituality through design. Rebirth, renewal, fertility, protection and as the snake sheds its skin we can shed our fashion limitations.

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