Just over 1 1/8 (excluding bail). Tests for gold plating, glass. A captivating canvas for your most cherished photos.
With its roomy cache and full size, this unique piece welcomes your precious snapshots or a slender memento, ensuring every glance ignites fond memories. Its classic gold-plated setting showcases a fluted border and delicate "X" accents at the back, timeless French details, just like the memory tucked inside. Want to personalize your locket?
We can size, print, and precision-cut your photo(s) for a perfect fit. Bright patina with some surface wear to the gold plating noticeable at the back of the piece. There is a tiny and shallow dent at the back of the piece. Fresh sheen, light surface wear, and no chipping on the glass. The original frame holds your photo tightly in place without a glass or plastic insert.Closes firmly with a satisfying snap. A young Queen Victoria assumed her role in 1837 and her taste in jewelry quickly became culturally influential, within England and beyond. Her relationship to jewelry was enmeshed with her husband, Prince Albert, who gifted the Queen for their engagement, a snake ring, embedded with an emerald (her birthstone) in its head. Continuing from the Georgian era and intensified by Queen Victoria.
Taste, sentimental and figural jewelry was a major trend throughout the Victorian era. When certain ideas and words were deemed too forward or improper to be spoken, jewelry and symbolic meaning was used to communicate what was left unsaid.
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