Antique Edwardian 9ct Rose Gold Locket Necklace

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Antique Edwardian 9ct rose gold oval locket featuring decorative lines with fine criss-cross patterns within the lines. The locket is framed with a scalloped ball design. The design on the front of the locket is reflected on the back of the piece. The locket opens to show on the left-hand side an area to place a picture with a frame and cover and on the right-hand side a picture or keepsake can be stored.

 

The locket hangs from a new 9ct rose gold chain. On the back of the locket it has a number of hallmarks indicating the piece is 9ct back and front, meaning the interior is not gold although the front and back of the piece is 9ct gold.

 

The Locket is perhaps the most mysterious and alluring pieces of jewellery. Only the wearer knows what secrets lie within the locket. It has to be the ultimate love token. During the Victorian era, young Victorian women would hide a picture of a man they admired, if the man offered up a lock of hair a marriage proposal usually would follow. Lockets were considered a statement of an intention to marry.

 

HALLMARK

FRONT 9ct BACK

 

ERA

Edwardian, 1901-1914

 

MEASUREMENTS

The locket measures 3.9cm / 1.5" (including ring) in height, 2.5cm / 0.9" in width and 0.5cm / 0.2" in thickness. The necklace hangs from a new 18" 9ct rose gold chain.

 

WEIGHT

6.24g

 

SKU

6202

Antique Edwardian 9ct rose gold oval locket featuring decorative lines with fine criss-cross patterns within the lines. The locket is framed with a scalloped ball design. The design on the front of the locket is reflected on the back of the piece. The locket opens to show on the left-hand side an area to place a picture with a frame and cover and on the right-hand side a picture or keepsake can be stored.

 

The locket hangs from a new 9ct rose gold chain. On the back of the locket it has a number of hallmarks indicating the piece is 9ct back and front, meaning the interior is not gold although the front and back of the piece is 9ct gold.

 

The Locket is perhaps the most mysterious and alluring pieces of jewellery. Only the wearer knows what secrets lie within the locket. It has to be the ultimate love token. During the Victorian era, young Victorian women would hide a picture of a man they admired, if the man offered up a lock of hair a marriage proposal usually would follow. Lockets were considered a statement of an intention to marry.

 

HALLMARK

FRONT 9ct BACK

 

ERA

Edwardian, 1901-1914

 

MEASUREMENTS

The locket measures 3.9cm / 1.5" (including ring) in height, 2.5cm / 0.9" in width and 0.5cm / 0.2" in thickness. The necklace hangs from a new 18" 9ct rose gold chain.

 

WEIGHT

6.24g

 

SKU

6202

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Ring Size Guide
UK US EUROPE Diameter (mm)
Size J 5 49 15.6mm
Size K 5 1/2 50 16.0mm
Size L 6 51 16.4mm
Size M 6 1/2 53 16.8mm
Size N 7 54 17.2mm
Size O 7 1/2 55 17.6mm
Size P 8 56 18.0mm
 
Bracelet Size Guide
WOMEN LENGTH
Petite 7"/ 17.7cm
Medium 7.5" / 19cm
Large 8.5" / 21.5cm
Extra Large 9" / 22.8
 
Necklace Length Guide
14" Necklace - fits just around then like a chocker.
16" Necklace - will fall around the base of the neck similar to a collar. The fall of the necklace will depend on the individual size of the wearers neck.
18" Necklace - will fall below the throat at the collarbone.
20" Necklace - will fall a few inches below the collar bone, this length is perfect for a lower neckline.
22" Necklace - will fall below a standard neckline.
24" Necklace - will fall below a standard neckline..
36" Necklace - will fall bellow the bust.

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