The 18K Gold Plated Snake
  • The 18K Gold Plated Snake

    The Victorian inspired 18K Gold Plated Silver snake is a pendant i first designed for myself and became a collection.

    To me The Snake represents Femininity, Elegance and Healing, Process being Acomplished. 

    It is a connection between the worlds of above and under and it's like a line of light passes through and conects us with all that lives - Horses, Cherries and Daffodils. 
    I love to have that on my mind


    18K Gold Plated Sterling Silver Body, pink and white Cubic Zirconia (for eyes and forehead) and an Opal drop. 

    This snake ships within 5-7 working days 
    *The pendant does not include the chain*

    • Opals Gemstones


      Opals are delicate gemstones. They are highly sensitive to sudden changes in temperature due to their high water content.


      Do not expose them to direct heat or leave them near the window in direct sunlight, they do not like it and will fade and crack.


      Being the soft gemstones that they are, for cleaning use a soft cloth and only a mild soap.


      Always remove your Opal jewels before dipping in a pool or in sea water. Do the same with pearls.


      Gold / Rhodium Plated Jewelry


      Do not spray on perfume or other sprays while wearing your Gold / Rhodium plated jewelry.

      Wear your jewelry after you have sprayed on your favorite perfume so that chemicals on the spray or perfume does not interact with your jewelry’s metal.

      Wait until your lotion or cream is dry or has been absorbed by your skin before you wear your Gold / Rhodium plated jewelry.

      Substances like oil, nail polish, nail polish remover, chlorine, perfume and the like may react with metal / plated jewelry and will cause it to tarnish easily.


      ​To avoid scratches, wrap your jewelry in a soft cloth after cleaning or keep it in a jewelry box separate from other types of jewelry you have.

      Do not dip or wear in a water environment such as sea water, pool or bath. Remove before taking a shower.

    • Photo by Amos Holzman



    @ Ayala Tal 2020