The Sterling Halo Locket is made of sterling silver and features a single photograph framed by a silver border, ring of 32 white French paste stones, and a wavy, rippled ring with 12 paste stones. There is a large decorative bail on top with 2 more white paste stones. Paired with one of our antique silver chains, this locket will form a fitting crown to your loved one's photo.
Sterling Silver with 46 white Victorian paste (hand-cut glass) stones
pairs perfectly with the 22” antique silver chain pictured
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Unlike a traditional locket with the photos on the inside, the Portrait Locket places the photos front and center. This oval locket is made of sterling silver with 58 white Victorian paste stones on the front and a plain silver frame on the back. It features a decorative bail with 3 white paste stones and paired with our long antique gunmetal watch chain, worn doubled up at 15", this locket is a vintage piece with a modern edge.
About the Luna & Stella Vintage Locket Collection:
Most of the lockets in the Luna & Stella Vintage Locket Collection were made in Providence, RI or Attleboro, MA between 1880 and 1940. Our Locket Necklaces are the perfect way to celebrate a relationship or remember a loved one.
All lockets are in good condition for their age, but may show some signs of wear. Photos are unretouched and accurately reflect their condition.
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Luna & Stella means "moon and star" in Italian. Inspired by the celestial icons used in Victorian jewelry, our fine jewelry celebrates relationships. A small, family run business started in 2009, we are based in Providence Rhode Island, the historic jewelry manufacturing capital of the United States.