century woodcut illustration depicting a skull, a snake and an hourglass. The snake has a crucifix in its head. This illustration was first published in De methodo medendi liber unus by Andreas Planer, printed as Basle in
A VICTORIAN MOURNING RING. Circa The octagonal elongated frame enclosing gentleman holding flower under weeping willow tree infront of inlaid mother of pearl tombstone, the background with interwoven hair, mounted in rose gold.