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From Margaret Mitchell's classic Gone with the Wind, a lighthearted saying, "Fiddledee dee" is tucked inside the petite floral embossed locket. A cluster of glass bell flowers in pecan and ivory with a olive leaf provide subtle color.

The standard antique brass cable chain measures approximately 18" and is attached to a sturdy lobster claw clasp. The locket measures 3/4".

Arrives beautifully packaged ready for gift giving, even if it is a gift for yourself! The quote is sealed, but not intended to be immersed in water. Please review jewelry care instructions outlined in my policies.

***Note the paper the quote is printed on is hand tea stained, please allow for slight variations in color. Many of my items are replicated from the original listing picture, please allow for slight variations.

Please review my shop policies prior to ordering. By purchasing this listing you are agreeing to the terms outlined in my shop policies. I am not able to accommodate rush shipments at this time. Please see my shop announcement and policies for shipping time frames.

Copyright © Busy Beez and Chickadeez 2009. All rights reserved. Designs, photos, descriptions and written text are protected by law.

Women's Locket - Fiddledee dee - Scarlett O'Hara, Georgia, Quote Locket, Margaret Mitchell


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  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Bronze
  • Secondary color: Gold
  • Holiday: Christmas
  • Occasion: Birthday
  • Necklace length: 18 Inches
  • Pendant height: 3/4 Inches
  • Pendant width: 3/4 Inches
  • Materials: locket, czech glass beads, cable chain, lobster clasp
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 2377 reviews
  • Favorited by: 599 people