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Spread your wings and let your spirit soar. Wear this beautiful locket as a reminder to embrace the love in your life, keep your eyes to the wonders of the world, and celebrate the joys of everyday. The back has been hand-engraved with the initials G.B.L. in script font.

This locket was made by Van Dell, which was founded in 1938 in Providence, Rhode Island. Rhode Island was labeled by many as the Jewelry Capital Of The World because it produced as much as 80% of the industries' costume jewelry. 

Hailing from a bygone era, antique lockets were crafted by skilled artisans and worn as a keepsake, protecting a secret within. Add your own piece of history to this one-of-a-kind ornament. A special memory- perhaps a photograph, or scrap of clothing, a newspaper clipping, or lock of hair? The hidden treasure is known only to the wearer, and whomever they may choose to share it with.

This necklace is part of our Magdalena line, a collection of antique-inspired lockets that honor loved ones who have been afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. A portion of the proceeds from this sale will be lovingly donated to Alzheimer's research. 


Product Details

- Vintage, c. 1950s

-Gold Fill

- Locket Measurement: 1" long by 3/4" wide

- Set on a new 18" 14k gold-fill chain.


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