Overlapping linked metal scales and a springy design give this double-headed snake the ultimate slithering fit around your waist. Clasp their heads at the center of your waist or to the side for a seductive accent that instantly elevates any outfit.
Designed as a belt, this fine serpent is also wearable around the neck: loosely as a long chain, or for a small neck she can perhaps be coiled twice - the fit is snug so please proceed with caution.
This articulated deco snake was crafted in gold and silver finishes, in long and short versions for the neck, wrist, or waist. Pieces like this are somewhat rare on the market so we've taken a few years to build up a mini collection for you as seen in the last photo here. A green-eyed silver snake or gold snake with customizable eyes are both available.
Almost-antique gold plated metal. Marked Pat. Pend, estimated 1930-40's. Measures 28" from hook to clasp, with stretch to 32.5" max. Good condition with wear to finish where heads and scales meet.
There are four types of snake locomotion: Serpentine : “lateral undulation” or sexy side-to-side movement for watery or hard surfaces. Sidewinding : bending sideways and vertically, for example to skirt hot desert sand. Rectilinear : tiny movements in the stomach send them straight forward, to navigate narrow passageways. And, finally, Concertina : coiling up then shooting themselves forward.
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