Locket Stories

Picture Lockets: A Gift That Keeps On Giving

Picture Lockets: A Gift That Keeps On Giving

Have you ever held something in your hands and felt like you were transported to another time, another place? Picture lockets have that enchanting power. Within their delicate frames lie stories waiting to be discovered – stories of love, triumph, and connection. Passed down through generations as treasured heirlooms, or chosen to symbolize the unique identity of the wearer, picture lockets have b…
Six Unique Lockets Your Daughter Will Love

Six Unique Lockets Your Daughter Will Love

Finding that perfect, meaningful gift for a daughter can be a challenge, especially when you want to give her something that will remind her of just how special she is. From celebrating new achievements to sentimental reminders of the bond between parent and child, a locket can be a truly memorable present. Here, we’ll give you six unique locket designs that are sure to bring joy to any daughter a…
Five Reasons to Buy a Locket!

Five Reasons to Buy a Locket!

There are so many reasons to invest in a locket. No matter the shape or size, gold or silver, it will be with you forever. We narrowed all of our reasons into a top 5 list. In case you're wavering on whether you or someone you love needs a locket, this list should be pretty convincing. The many stories linked in will both bring you to tears and also show you just how precious a locket is…
Henry Locket: Photo of brother who passed away.

Henry Locket: Photo of brother who passed away.

"For my nephew Dereck, pictured in the middle. His brother Dustin died of an overdoes three years ago. Dustin was a “Big” personality and impacted many people in a positive way. Derek and Dustin were very close and did everything together. Dustin’s loss has been difficult for the entire family. He was only 26 when he died."…
"Celebrate and Love Your People"

"Celebrate and Love Your People"

"My parents had me when they were extremely young, 20 and 21 years old. I was grown and out of my mom’s house well before she even turned forty. Now, as a 43-year-old parent to a 9 and 6-year-old, I appreciate the struggles they went through—especially my mom—to raise me so much more. Coincidentally, they both have extremely rare autoimmune diseases. My mom has Scleroderma and my dad has Pemphigus…