A Swiss guilloche enamel locket with a beautiful design of enameled daisies on the front and guilloche engine turned enamel back. The locket is marked for high grade 935 silver and a mark of a Swiss retailer FBE Geneve. Enamel silver pieces with this mark are of very high quality and have historically fetched very high prices at Christy's and other places. The background of the locket is pale blue gray with an intersecting swirling guilloche enamel pattern on the front of the locket. There are two graceful wild daisies and their leaves one on top of the other. The back shows the plain guilloche pattern in glossy enamel. The interior is pristine gilt over silver with the makers marks and several other numbers. The 935 mark was a Swiss silver mark that was used until 1933, so the locket predates that years for certain. It is 7/8" in diameter so can be worn as a pendant locket or as a charm with its small footprint. The interior has built in frames but there are no removable bezels or glass. There is a small surface slice chip of about 1/2" along one edge, shown in close up in the photos. This cannot be seen with the naked eye and is easily missed with a loop and only slices the surface of the enamel and does not penetrate or remove any of or disturb the design in any way. The rest of the enamel is glossy and just about perfect without any surface scratches. The hinge is at the bottom and the rod that runs through the hinge extends a fraction more on one end than the other, but is very stable. I would think this could be adjusted easily by a jeweler or the point could be filed on the very end if desired. There is a notch at the top and it closes well with a click. There is the original antique oblong silver hanging bail as well as the attached bail. The locket weighs 7.2 grams.