The Charm of Vintage Lockets
Secretive, sentimental and sweet, lockets are a guaranteed hit with any girl. Here are some ideas for making yours uniquely personal.Discover More
A pretty Jewellery made in the Edwardian era (1901-1914). More 62.5% pure gold (or 625 parts pure gold and 375 parts other metals). Popular during the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco eras but was discontinued in the mid-1930s. More gold locket that was made circa 1910-1920. It is double sided and can be worn either way. On one side is a central flower shape set with emeralds and a A precious, lustrous gemstone made of highly compressed carbon. Diamonds are one of the hardest materials known to mankind. Colours of diamonds range from colourless, yellow, orange and brown to almost black. Natural coloured (or ‘fancy’) diamonds can be extremely rare. The cut, colour, clarity and carat weight of a diamond are the criteria jewellers use... More and surrounded by A natural stone is called such because it has not been subjected to any treatments. More split pearls. The other side has been set with a diamond with pearls around it. The top A component of certain types of jewellery, mostly necklaces, that is used to attach a pendant or stone to a chain. More has also been set with natural split pearls on both sides. It opens to reveal one glazed locket compartment for a photograph. A lovely and unusual piece of jewellery to wear.
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