Locket


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Locket

 

a piece of jewelry usually consisting of an oval or round flat case with a chain. The case has space for a miniature portrait or a memento. Lockets are worn around the neck.

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A stockist got in touch to say she had bought the Memory Keeper Locket and the Birkin Handbag Locket.
The locket is very special to her because it contains the ashes of her father, who passed away just before Christmas.
Pictured is the locket that Daren's wife Joanne found whilst she was at work.
As well as pre-designed locket sets, Encanto Jewellery also sells its amazing range of charms individually.
The locket, among the most unusual items sold at a recent Country House and Fine Art Sale, sold for PS5,500 - almost double the asking price.
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Precious keepsakes, including an 18-inch chain with a rose gold locket containing the ashes of Susan's father, who died in 2009, were taken from the property on Lime Road.
15 July 2015 - US-based mobile commerce platform Wish has acquired US-based intelligent personalisation platform Locket, the company said.
the stanza or your hand in the dead wood you find a locket you shut your
GEMOLOGIST TINA TAYLOR LITTLE started her jewelry collection at the age of 13 when she worked in a vintage clothing store in Los Angeles, fell in love with a silver locket with a cross on it and eventually saved up enough money to buy it.
A rebellion is boiling in the Trinamool ranks with Bengali actress and Mamata Banerjee's close associate Locket Chatterjee becoming the latest to quit the party on Thursday and join the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP).
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