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This antique sterling silver photo locket was made over 130 years ago, yet is still as fashionable and beautiful today as when it was made. Able to hold two photos inside, the locket was made in sterling silver by the English company W. Lund and Co in the 1890's. With a gorgeous design running across the front depicting a floral design, the locket measures 25mm across by 31.5mm or 45mm to the top of the bail at the top. This locket will look perfect on a fine chain, a bold silver collar or even on black cord, and will easily suit any woman for anytime of the day or night. Stock# ES9848 Maker: W. Lund & Co Circa: 1890 $950 (On hold GL)
The design on the front of this locket is so beautiful and combine this with the fact that it is a photo locket that will easily hold photos of two images inside, then you have something that is not only so beautiful to admire from the outside, but so personal within. Made in the Victorian period of the 1880's in 15 carat gold, the locket has the most beautiful Gothic Revival design on the front that is set with pearls as well as two light coloured natural emeralds. Measuring 21.6mm across by 26.2mm high plus the rings at the top, inside it can hold two photos which will then make this so much more personal to the wearer. With an elegant design that is sure to always be admired, this antique locket will no doubt be worn with love and affection. Stock# ES3719 Circa: 1880 $2,300 (On hold EW)
This antique locket was made in the Edwardian era in 1905 and looks so beautiful thanks to not only the design of the locket as a whole, but having the bird highlighted in rose gold adds a wonderful combination of colour. The rectangle locket measures 27.5mm across by 37mm or 50mm to the top of the wide bail for a chain to run through and will hold a photo on the inside. With such a gorgeous deign on the front that was hand engraved, the subtle yet elegant way that the bird was highlighted in rose gold adds so much charm and character to the locket and will have all who see it admiring it for its beautiful design. Well over 100 years old, yet still so beautiful and easy to wear today, this antique locket will always be worn with love. Stock# ES3639 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1905 $1,250
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Here is a wonderful antique double sided antique photo locket that was hand made in the Edwardian era in 1909 and was so beautifully hand engraved on the front. Many antique lockets were made as back and front lockets which were made by having two sheets of gold sandwiched over a base metal, and although these are perfectly fine, there is something more special about ones made in solid gold such as this one here. Measuring 34.3mm in diameter, the locket can easily hold two photos inside and the colour of the gold has such a wonderful warm tone to it. Still in wonderful condition even after all these years, this antique double sided locket is perfect for any woman to wear at any time if the day or night. Stock# ES9543 Hallmarked: Chester 1909 $Sold.
There is nothing quite like a genuine antique photo locket with photos of those dear to you inside, and here is a very lovely and elegant antique double sided photo locket that was made in the Victorian era. Made in 15 carat gold in the 1880's, the locket measures 30.2mm across by 36.4mm and has such a lovely design on both sides as well as the wreath design in the centre. With a lovely colour to the gold, this antique locket is perfect for any woman of any age. Stock# ES9507 Circa: 1880 $2,200
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This antique locket was made in the late Victorian period of the 1890's and is as beautiful today as when it was made well over a century ago, and will not only always be admired for its elegance and beauty, but once photos of loved ones are placed inside, will make this even more special and personal to the wearer. Made in 15 carat gold, the locket measures 33.1mm across by 41.4mm or 56.3mm to the top of the bail and will look amazing on such a multitude of chain and necklace designs, and with the gorgeous 0.12 carat European cut diamond sparkling in the centre, there is no doubt that this antique photo locket will always capture the eye. Able to hold two photos inside, this is a magnificent example of a late Victorian photo locket that will never go out of fashion or style. Stock# ES9185 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
There is something so beautiful about antique photo lockets, from the design down to the detail, as well as the symbolism many used in the design, such as this beautiful antique photo locket that has a bunch of grapes on one side. Made in 15 carat gold in the late Victorian period of the 1890's, both sides to this beautiful locket look so beautiful and have been expertly and exquisitely hand engraved. The immense amount of time needed to hand engrave this locket would have been incredible and is a testament to the quality and attention to detail that was put into this locket. Grapes are believed to have been the forbidden fruit of the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden, and they have been said to signify fertility, sacrifice, hospitality, and charity. It as said that to dream of grapes foretold to the maiden that her husband will be cheerful and if the dreamer was in love, the grapes foretold of a speedy union, with much happiness in the marriage. It is because of this, grapes will often be seen in antique jewellery in not only Victorian jewellery, but even pieces much earlier. Measuring 28mm across by 33.5mm, this is the perfect size to be able to wear all the time and inside it will hold two photos. With such beautiful engraving on both sides, it truly will not matter which side is facing forward when being worn, as each are so beautiful to admire from near or far - indeed the closer you get to it, the more you can appreciate how much detail there is. Its incredible to think that this was made well over 100 years ago, and is not only still in wonderful condition, but just as beautiful today as when it was made. Stock# ES8836 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
The design on this locket is so beautiful and stylish and is made even more incredible when you consider that it was made well over 100 years ago in 1881, yet still has such a modern look and design to it. Made in sterling silver, the locket measures 35.3mm across by 44.1mm and holds two photos inside. The design on the front is so amazing to admire. From the pattern in the centre giving it such a modern look to it, to the Etruscan style border around it to the very edge of the locket with such a wonderful design that will allow this locket to look perfect on an antique silver collar, a plain silver chain, or even a thick black ribbon or cord. So elegant, this antique locket is one that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9083 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1881 $795 (On hold)
This antique photo locket is over 130 years old, yet is still in superb condition and will look amazing no matter what chain or collar it is attached to. Measuring 36.9mm across by 46.1mm or 59.8mm to the top of the bail, both sides have a wonderful matte finish to it that has such a warm tone that looks amazing against the skin. Able to hold two photos inside, this antique locket will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES8057 Circa: 1890 $3,950 ( On Hold J.F)
Antique jewellery is so often so unique with such wonderful features and characteristics that are no longer seen in modern jewellery, and this is exemplified here in this amazing antique seal that hides a secret photo locket compartment in the base. Going back as far as Roman times, after a letter was sealed with wax, the writer would stamp the still warm wax with his or her seal to prevent the wrong person from opening the letter, as once broken, the wax seal could not be used again. Remaining popular all through the Georgian and Victorian periods right up to the Edwardian era when this one was made, the look of seals are always so unique to one another and look wonderful on a necklace. Made in 9 carat rose gold in 1906, the beautiful scroll work on the seal alone is so wonderful to admire as is the bloodstone set into the base of the seal. The base measures 21.6mm by 18.1mm and stands 24.7mm high and the colour of the rose gold has that wonderful warm tone to it that has achieved such a wonderful patina to it. Opening the base where the bloodstone is set reveals a secret photo locket that makes it so much more special and unique than any other locket or seal. Antiques are made all the more wonderful in thinking who owned and wore this seal and whose photo was placed secretly inside. From near or far, this will not only always be admired, but also be such a wonderful conversation starter. Stock# ES8064 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1906 $Sold
There is nothing quite like an antique locket worn around your neck with photos of those close to you inside, and here is a very beautiful and attractive antique photo locket that was made in the form of a book. Dating from the late Victorian period of the 1890's, this locket holds two photos inside and was made in 15 carat gold. 15 carat gold often has such a lovely warm rose gold colour to it and achieves a very beautiful patina over time as can be seen here in this locket. Measuring 15.8mm wide by 21.8mm tall, the front and back has a wonderful key lock design that is further highlighted by being hand engraved. The hand engraving adds that extra element of beauty and shows how much time and attention to detail that went into making this locket 130 years ago. Always fashionable and stylish, this antique locket will always be loved and admired from near or far. Stock# ES8841 Circa: 1890 $Sold
It is astonishing to think that this locket was made well over 130 years ago and still looks incredible and with the addition of the rare green gold to highlight aspects of the locket, it will be such an amazing talking piece. Gold can alloyed with other metals to produce different colours, such as copper to produce rose gold, resulting in a lovely warm tone to it, and today, although not very common, green gold is made by adding pure silver to the gold, however the green colour is more a soft green-yellow colour. However in the late 1800â€™s, cadmium was added resulting in a stronger colour, and while never a strong green such as yellow or white gold, the tone of green in antique pieces is more pronounced and is used perfectly here to highlight the leaves in the design in this locket. With the rose gold used in the flower and the border, the rest of the locket has also been hand engraved. The amount of time and thought that went into making this locket would have no doubt been immense, and from near or far, this is such an exquisite locket. Able to hold two photos inside, the locket measures 35.5mm across by 44.3mm or 60.6mm to the top of the bail, and both the design and size of this locket will allow it to so easily be the perfect piece to wear for any occasion. Stock# ES9087 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1887 $Sold.