Vintage Etched 14K yellow gold filled Heart Shaped Pendant with a new 14K gold filled Chain.
Vintage circa mid century etched heart locket pendant necklace that is stamped for 14KT GF on the back at the bottom. The medium sized heart shaped locket features etched designs on the front and is plain on the back. The etched center design is a heart and it is surrounded by flowers and leaves. Locket opens well and closes very securely with a snap. Inside there are two photo wells with the frames still intact.
The chain is a fine oval link chain that has has 1/20 14K GF on the clasp. The newer 14K gold filled fine link chain is in nice condition. The spring ring clasp opens and closes securely.
Etched heart locket pendant including the bale is approx. 1" long x 7/8" wide.
The chain is 18" in length.
Heart locket with chain weighs 4 grams in total.
The locket alone weighs 3.4 grams.
The chain alone weighs 0.6 grams
The locket is marked 14KT GF with a pictorial hallmark that looks like a J with curls on each side inside a square shape.
This Retro era heart shaped locket is in nice vintage condition with wear commensurate with mid century age. There is some wear to the gold fill on the front inside the little heart and on the back at the edges. See photos for detail. Price reflects condition.
Still a very sweet heart locket from the 1940-1960 time frame.
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