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East Nashville, Tennessee | 7 Sales


Shop Lock & Key and unlock the story

East Nashville, Tennessee 7 Sales On Etsy since 2014

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Announcement   Lock and Key is a new interpretation of a classic artisan tradition. Each piece is hand beaded where ball and chain interweaves with the beading.


Lock and Key is a new interpretation of a classic artisan tradition. Each piece is hand beaded where ball and chain interweaves with the beading.

Tony Perrin

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    Unique, innovative design honoring an artisan tradition

    Lock and Key all began with the desire to honor a great man. As a young child I was taught how to weave on a hand made loom. He believed in "from scratch" and was authentic to his core. I developed a great love for the tactile from my time with him. Upon his passing his wife handed down his loom to me. It has taken me over a decade to figure out how to bring a vision to life he'd be proud of and all of the creative pieces have come together. A twist on ball and chain, glass seed beads from Japan and modern interpretations on beading design all blend together to create a unique, modern perspective on an artisan tradition.

    Named after a notable person in history with a bit of intrigue, each piece has a little secret to reveal. With Lock and Key’s iconic lock charm finishing off each piece it begs to ask what’s your secret?

    When I am not on the loom I am getting my hands and feet dirty creatively when ever possible. From graphic and textile design to modern, tap and classical ballet my mind and body are always on the go.

    I am excited to share Lock and Key with you.

    Check out further information at www.facebook.com/lockandkey14 and on Instagram @lockandkey_14.

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    • Anthony Perrin

      Owner, Creator, Designer

      Anthony Perrin is a hands on creative. He has been getting his hands dirty since he was a little tyke. From watching his mom during still life painting as a kid to his Dad's framing business Anthony has always been surrounded by creativity.

    Shop policies

    Last updated on January 30, 2015
    Thank you for coming to Lock and Key we hope you like our hand made jewelry. Each piece connects the past and present honoring Native American beading tradition and the classic ball and chain classically seen on dog tags.

    Accepted payment methods

    • Visa
    • Mastercard
    • American Express
    • Discover
    • Apple Pay
    • Klarna
    • Sofort
    • Ideal
    • Paypal
    • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
    Returns and exchanges
    Returns are only accepted if the jewelry arrives damaged. You will need to contact Lock and Key within the first 24 hours to report any damages.

    *Custom orders are NOT returnable. This includes rings created in your specified size, items created specifically for you, or any item that I altered to your specifications, including (but not limited to) metal changes, necklace chain lengths, bracelet lengths, etc.
    Major Credit Cards- See payment details

    If you choose to use the eCheck method to pay via PayPal (that is a transfer from your bank account that is not instant), I will be able to ship your order only after the payment clears. This usually takes 3-4 business days. For non-US customers, eChecks can take up to two weeks to clear PayPal. So if you need your purchase shipped sooner, I recommend using a credit card.
    All items are shipped via USPS. I ship First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation to all US addresses. You'll get an email through Etsy with your tracking number when your package ships.

    If you are sending the item as a gift, please let me know in the "notes to seller" section at checkout. I'd be happy to enclose a gift note for you as well!

    Please note: I cannot send a duplicate package if delivery confirmation shows that the package was delivered to a confirmed address.


    For all non-US orders, including Canada, I ship via USPS First Class Mail International, aka Airmail. There is no way to track international first class mail packages once they leave my hands. Delivery times for international packages vary; the average, in my experience, is between 7 and 30 business days. Remember, your package might have to cross oceans and continents and will always have to pass through your country's customs office. This can take a while.

    Some countries apply import taxes and customs fees on all packages over a certain price coming into the country. I can't know if your country will charge you or what the fee might be. All customs fees and duties are the responsibility of the buyer. In accordance with international laws, I include a receipt in every international package I mail out.

    ----->Please contact me before ordering if you would like to pay an extra fee to have your items shipped via Registered Mail, which includes insurance and tracking.
    Additional policies and FAQs
    . . . { PACKAGING } . . .

    All items come beautifully packaged and ready for gift-giving, most in Lock and
    Key boxes.

    . . . { JEWELRY CARE } . . .

    You will greatly prolong the life of your pieces if you treat them well. Try not to swim, shower, exercise or sleep with your jewelry on. Over time, your brass, copper, sterling silver, and goldfill might begin to patina or tarnish. This is totally normal. If you do not like the look of the aged patina, it's easy to clean your metal jewelry with an old toothbrush and some whitening or baking soda toothpaste. Store your clean and dry jewelry in plastic bags to keep it protected from the air. I do not recommend sleeping with your jewelry on, as it creates unnecessary wear and tear. The worst place to keep your jewelry is all loosey-goosey in the bathroom - the humidity drastically speeds up tarnishing.

    A note about oxidized sterling silver and copper: the oxidization is a chemical reaction on the surface of the metal. It is totally safe to wear and will not color your skin. Over time, it will age into its own unique patina for a lovely, broken-in effect. Do not clean oxidized jewelry with anything but soap and water unless you want to expose the metal color underneath.