With You Rosa

With You Rosa

Rosa has been a part of our family since we first moved up to Rhinebeck from NYC. What we like most about her is how much she cares. For years, she took care of her elderly neighbor because he had no family nearby. She cooked, cleaned and took him to every doctor's appointment he had. She has known our daughter since she's born and every year, without fail, she makes sure that she gives her a holiday gift of seriously adorable pajamas ("kids don't need toys," she says) and she wears them proudly and often. She also knows what we need before we do and never ceases to amaze us with her attention to detail. She has watched us grow this company so there was no way we could launch a new product without nming one after our dear friend and family member, Rosa

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Sterling SThe gorgeous design on the Rosa locket bangle with sparkling white topaz stones is sure to capture attention. This sterling silver locket comes with a removable pendant that can hold a special photo. Sterling Silver locket pendant and bangle with white topaz. Pendant measures 20 mm diameter.ilver 20mm in diameter

Name Rosa
Type Bangle
Sub Type Bangle Lockets, Bangles & Cuffs, Bracelets, Jewelry, Sterling Silver Bracelets, Unique
Materials Sterling Silver, White Topaz

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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.