I’ve been seeing vintage-style gold lockets popping up for sale in mid-range fashion lines recently. I totally get it, they’re lovely and romantic. I certainty have nothing against a nice vintage-inspired piece, but I generally think it’s more fun to go authentic when it’s doable.
Without further ado, here are some gorgeous vintage gold lockets currently for sale on the bling-ey internet.
Another starry beauty: this antique gold locket has a more complex star-like pattern that I find it hard to look away from. It’s older, Victorian or Edwardian.
The floral design on this Victorian locket is gorgeous. I also love the flowing monogram on the back. (This one is the reason I upped the price on this post to $150.)
Linear Art Deco floral embossed locket from the 1930’s – what a cool shape!
Embossed Edwardian locket from the early 1900’s – how much do you love the shape of this one?
Just to be clear: at this price range, the pieces aren’t going to be solid gold. They’re all goldtone; gold-filled, gold-plated, or made of other gold colored materials. Still lovely!
These antique and vintage gold lockets are all currently for sale at Maejean Vintage. I didn’t set out to feature pieces just from one store, but Maejean had so many perfect pieces that I just couldn’t help myself. All images and info are thanks to Maejean Vintage.