Victorian Round Engraved Double Locket
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This classic late Victorian round double locket, circa turn-of-the-20th-century, measures just under an inch in diameter, and is emblazoned on both sides with artful floral hand engraving. The locket is currently occupied by a photo of Edward Dillon, stage actor and film director, born on January 1, 1879 in New York City, New York and known for the silent films: Help! Help! Police! (1919), The Dice Woman (1926), and The Winning Stroke (1919). He died on July 11, 1933 in Hollywood, California, USA. Crafted in 14K yellow gold, it measures just shy of 1 inch diameter. 18-inch chain.
Item Number 90-1-12217
14 Karat Yellow Gold
1 1/4 Inch
15/16 Inch
1/8 Inch
Chain Length:
18 Inch
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