Snake rings from Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's new jewelry collection called the 'Protector Collection' with Asprey. Photo courtesy of Asprey

It's safe to say that most of us would kill to have Brad Pitt wrapped around our finger or -- admit it -- Angelina Jolie on our arm.

And while that doesn't look like that's going to happen anytime this millennium, you can always have the exceptionally hot couple on your wrist...

Jolie and Pitt have collaborated with luxury jewelers Asprey to create the serpentine-inspired Protector Collection, with all proceeds benefiting the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, according to Asprey.

The silver, jewel-encrusted pieces pay homage to the snake, which Jolie reportedly views as a symbol of fertility and protection.

According to the jeweler, the actress was given a snake ring during her first pregnancy and has since felt a bond with its symbolism.

A fine jeweled double twist bracelet from Brad and Angelina's collection with Asprey. Photo courtesy of Asprey

And judging by the collection, the ssssexy duo know what they're doing. Along with a sterling silver snake-adorned spoon, egg cup and tooth box (for kiddos, not a "Fight Club" sequel, we're thinking), the limited edition, handcrafted pieces include jeweled snakes that encircle the wrist and ring finger, plus luxurious pendants and earrings that boast more than 100 gemstones each.

The pendants, rings and earrings also come in both children's and adult sizes, which means we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for baby bling on Knox and Vivienne...and Shiloh...and Pax...and Zahara...and -- phew -- Maddox.

"This deal came about because of a relationship [Asprey CEO] Robert Procop has with the couple," a former Asprey executive told StyleList.

The former exec, however, expressed skepticism over the designs, saying, "I don't know whether the Asprey client really cares about Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt."

The collection goes on sale starting tomorrow, with prices available upon request (read: out of our price range!).

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