An enormous heart locket on a chainmail choker is the pinnacle of heart locket accessories. There seems to be a lock on the heart pendant, but there is no key to unlock it. Queen Victoria is widely credited with popularizing the heart locket.
Choker: 14 inch large chainmail pewter choker and puffed heart locket cabochon is 1.06 inches x 0.75 inches, with extra oversized lobster claw clasps, 23 mm x 12 mm, and 4 inch steel extender chain
During the Victorian era, a padlock and key in the shape of a heart became a popular token of affection. They were given as an anonymous token of devotion to keep the passion and romance alive. The woman held the key and wore the heart to demonstrate her devotion to her man. Unfortunately, the key is not included with any of our love lockets. A woman is the only person who can choose whether or not to give her heart to another.
On her first birthday, May 24, 1820, the Duchess of Kent presented her daughter, Princess Victoria, with a gold locket shaped like a heart. It was heartbreaking to learn that it held the Duke of Kent’s hair and that of his wife and newborn daughter. Unfortunately, the Duke of Kent passed away in January of that year at Sidmouth before his daughter turned one.
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