Take Care! Prenez garde a vous... mind yourself.
Guard against 'snakes in the grass'.
This is the image from an antique wax seal stamp from the 1800's. These were used to seal letters and correspondence and come is a huge veriety of designs, mottos, sentiments, heraldry and proverbs... This seal features the image of a snake in the grass. 'Snake in the grass' is a euphemism for a shady, conniving person who could strike at anytime without warning. The text states in French 'Prenez garde a vous'. This translates to 'Guard yourself' or 'mind yourself'. Warning you that there are 'snakes in the grass'.
Sizing...... The charm measures 18mm across the centre. This may vary however as each one is made by hand.
Options....... Please choose from the drop down menu how you would like your charm: on it's own, or with a chain of various lengths