In my opinion there is something about a casually dressed woman in gold, a mystery, a devil-may-care attitude. Like she got up and pulled on whatever was closest, rumpled off the floor and then threw on a small Raj’s chest of gold just to throw us all off guard. Which is most likely exactly what she did.
This fantastic lock is the perfect accessory to any gold ensemble, it can rid a neck chain as the perfect pendant or close up a length of curb link around the wrist, either way it promises to add to the overall opulence that belies that casual spirit. This one is set with three round sparkling rich red garnet gems in pinched collet mounts. It has a locket back that likely originally would have held hair or a small flower or memento. The lock opens well and closes with a satisfying little ‘click’. The locket measures 28.3 mm from top to bottom and 17 mm across, it’s 11.5 mm thick, this one tests as 15 karat gold and weighs 4.6 grams. Made in England around 1850 in the Victorian Era.
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