The design of the main links comprising this handsome solid sterling silver bracelet is based on the ancient design of the Ouroboros - a snake eating its own tail, symbolizing infinity or the eternal cycle of renewal. Beloved throughout history, this iconic image first appeared in Ancient Egypt around 1600 BC; in more modern times, Prince Albert gave an Ouroboros engagement ring to Queen Victoria in 1839.
Information: Handmade from pure, recycled sterling silver with antiqued finish. Small-size Ouroboros links measure 3/4"; connecting links with caviar beading are 5/8". Closure is a heavyweight sterling silver lobster clasp. Measures approximately 9" for men and 7 1/4" for women.