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Ring with two-headed Snake from Oplonti (Pompeii) Sterling Silver

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Ring with two-headed snake from Oplonti (Pompei), inspired by the original 1st cen. BC ring, displayed in the Archaeological Museum of Naples.

In Roman religion, the serpent-shaped Genie (lat. Genius) was the benevolent guardian spirit of families and individuals. In Pompei the snake represented fertility and sexuality. Snake-body rings as protective symbols were widespread in the Roman era.

Ring inspired by the ancient jewelry collections.

  • Material: Sterling silver / Sterling silver 18 k gold-plated
  • Weight: 0,01 lb (6 g)
  • Size: IT 18 adjustable -  0,74 inch (18.80 mm)
  • Colour: Silver/ Golden

"Splendors The luxury of ornaments in Herculaneum", edited by Francesco Sirano.
"Female beauty in Pompeii. Cosmetics and ornaments", edited by Antonio D'Ambrosio.

Produced in Italy


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