This Victorian 14K little round gold locket and gold-filled watch fob combination is so typical of that era. They so often combined gold and gold-filled, and that is definitely the case here. The locket is dated 1902 and has three beautifully-scrolled initials--LVW--on the back. Both the lanyard hook to connect to the pocket watch and the bar to slip into a vest pocket are still intact. They’re ready to connect once again to a handbag, belt, pin, chain, vest, or where ever you think you’d like to show them off. What a lucky person to have owned this interesting piece, and what a lucky person you could be to own it now. It measures about 3 ½” from the top of the mesh piece to the bottom of the locket. The locket, itself, measures about 1” in diameter. Both of the inside rims are intact—in fact both original photographs of a man and woman are still inside and that's special!
Lockets make very personal and sentimental gifts for the favorite people in your life, so solve all of your gift-giving needs. Check out our entire collection of lockets on Nancy’s Fancy. There’s definitely something for everyone.
This special gem has been part of our personal collection and has been stashed away in a trunk for over 30 years (really!). It’s now time to take it out and share with antique lovers all over the world, so enjoy!
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Item ID: nfa11206
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