The Anaconda Lord Ring is a massive ring and rightfully so. It comes in a few different options solid sterling silver, solid gold or two tone with a silver band and gold snake.
The ring comes in a sustainably sourced wooden box as well as the Serpent Cove treasure chest with all its Cove trinkets. Standard postage within Australia is included, express and international postage available at an additional cost.
You get closer to your destination deep in the Amazonian basin but it’s too deep in the forest for the steamer. Now the water is too shallow even for the the kayak so you wade through the lily pads bare foot as the thick mud will suck your boots off. The water field in front of you is mostly lily pads with the occasional flower or frog. The calm relaxing waters to your side start to stir and slowly move . They seem to move in a serpentine fashion, it gets calmly closer and you try to get back into the kayak but the mud! The mud has you stuck fast, a massive snake head with tiny eyes surfaces and spots you like a periscope on a submarine. It drops back down and you are now truly scared and try to to grab your weapon but it gets to you and wraps it’s massive thick body around your feet. You brace for the worst but it slivers around you and gently passes, only to pop its massive head up again. It turns back and nods, it seems it knows you and has been watching you.
The Anaconda is a snake which the size seems to be a myth but is in fact pure reality. Proven to swallow deer, crocodiles and even humans, it’s gargantuan size is the stuff of nightmares. This was a ring that I put a lot of thought into. I wanted the texture of the scales to be just right this would help show off its large size, the scales have a somewhat glossy matte look which I thought pairs well with the polished finish of the band. The band I wanted to look like water to show the snake resting in the shallows waiting for it’s prey.