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Silver frame, six small magnets in grooves around the inside edge. To open one side slides off the other neckchain sits in a groove and has a tendency to slide out if you don't watch it, but I think the lockets have enough potential to justify the hassle.

I was able to get only 6 at this price, and one was immediatley snapped up by a teen helper to carry a pinch of her grandma's ashes, something that hadn't occurred to me yet, but maybe an indicator that these will go quickly once discovered.

First of all, there's a glass lens on each side, so you can use 2-sided insertions or even a different one for each side. They'd probably break if you hit them hard or threw them on cement, but both frame and lenses are pretty sturdy. The inside space is probably between 3 and 4mm or around 1/8" deep, but it's tricky to use because opening it cuts the space in half. Charms are sold for this locket, but you could of course make your own--I think shrink plastic or something else translucent would be pretty cool--and of course paper, fabric, etc. would be no problem. But slightly thicker objects can go in--I've taken a few pics to show how a couple of pumpkin seeds move around as the locket shifts--think about tiny beads, glitter, bits of moss... Anything relatively flat or able to curve or bend could slide in. You could layer a few things. I know I havven't thought of nearly all the possibilities, and I don't have the time right now to do a lot of experimenting, but I can see having a lot of fun trying different things with this.

The frame is Tibetan silver, zinc based, lead and nickel free, reasonably priced, tarnish resistant, solid (but not flexible), nicely detailed, and a joy to use and wear. It has 3 magnets on each side to keep it closed, and holds 2 sheets of glass to reveal the locket's contents.

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Heart locket, silver, see-through, floating charm holder, slide-in chain, magnetic latch Team ESST, WWWG, olyteam, paganteam


  • Materials: tibetan silver, chain, glass
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