With You Birdie

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With You Birdie

With You Birdie

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Our Birdie custom silver locket was inspired by an extraordinary woman. Big Bird was a bold, generous matriarch in the true sense of the word. Her arms were open, her opinions heard, her parties spectacular and her family adored. Our dear friend, Lawrie Firestone, lost her Mom last year after a short battle with cancer. We adored her large spirit and named this locket in Big Bird’s memory. Her close knit family carries her with them every day and strives to live up to the long shadow she left behind. The center of the design fans out in filigree, just as she was the center of her family providing a beautiful platform for their lives to thrive. 10% of the proceeds of this keepsake locket are donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Product Details

Details

Like an intricate fence concealing a secret garden, Birdie provides a glimpse of a loved one behind her filigree. Punctuated with a petite diamond, this keepsake is classic and timeless. Sterling Silver locket pendant with .03 diamond CTW. Locket measures 40 x 27mm. Comes with sterling silver chain. All chain lengths except 36” length feature a jump ring at 2” to allow for two length options.

Name Birdie
Stock Number 1
Type Charm
Sub Type Adjustable, Charm, Jewelry, Unique
Material Silver

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The History of the Locket

What is the history of the locket? While all jewelry is personal, the locket is perhaps the most personal of all. Speaking about lockets, British locket enthusiast and collector Sheherazade Goldsmith says: “They’re heirlooms that represent a moment in time … [walking in London] I’d come across engraved silver hearts in Portobello Road antique stalls and wonder about the stories.” Lockets can tell stories - on a grand and an historical scale. Gold lockets, silver lockets, jeweled lockets – these can mean more than the sum of their parts. Such was the case when lockets were worn to express membership in a secret society – an allegiance to a slain monarch in the divided political landscape of Great Britain following the execution of British King Charles I in 1649.