A hand-carved ouroboros wedding band for him, and for her, a Pacific Northwest forest band with trilliums, ferns, and one teeny little snake peeking out. Platinum 950.
She was generally less interested in having a giant snake around her finger, but they wanted a hint of continuity between the two bands, so the little snake amongst the foliage was the answer. Of course, I am always happy to carve a snake on a ring, whenever needed.
More detail shots after the click:
I game him a very slight bow to keep things from looking too rigid. I love putting scales on these guys; the texture is awesome.
Here the snake is peeking out from underneath a trillium leaf.
Another part of his mid-section is between some leaves and ferns…
Teensy tail poking out here between a pair of trilliums.