The snake is one of the most used and popular motifs in ancient jewelry, bangles, bracelets or rings were used to adorn the arms and hands of women in ancient Greece, Rome or Egypt.
Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were worn as good luck charms, to ward off the evil eye, or even to guarantee fertility.
Many Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form.
The original piece is dated from the 1st century BC. and is exhibited in the Louvre Museum, Paris. There is another very similar two-headed ring in the British Museum in London.
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