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Silver Locket - Woodland Forest Silver Tree Locket by Beth Millner

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Pierced and sawn sterling silver locket with hand sawn trees and hammered details. This locket has a patina and a brushed satin finish and can hold a small photograph.

This piece of sterling silver jewelry will be cherished for generations!

Size = 1.5" (3.8cm) diameter.

The inside of the locket can hold your photograph, the parts of this pendant are hinged in order to allow for easy opening to show the photo.

There is a rim on the inside of the back dome that a round photo fits under. Do not cut up an original (only 1 copy) photo. I would suggest getting a few copies of the photo made just in case there is a slip of the scissors.

I use a jewelers saw to cut the shape of the trees. The saw is hand-held, manually powered and has a very fine serrated blade.

The patina is hand painted with a small brush into the recessed areas, contrasting the brushed surface of the sterling silver.

All jewelry comes gift wrapped in a small recycled kraft box, which allows for the item to travel safely and makes it ready for gift giving.

All handcrafted sterling silver pieces are made from Recycled Eco Silver.

Cords and Chains are not included and can be purchased seperately here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/BethMillner?section_id=5677428

Silver Locket - Woodland Forest Silver Tree Locket by Beth Millner


  • Handmade item
  • Material: sterling silver
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