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Fortune Cookie Locket

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  • Made in the USA; New York, NY
  • Materials: Silver: Sterling silver; Gold: 14k gold, sterling silver; Rose gold: 14k rose gold, sterling silver
  • Care: Do not wear in water. Remove before sleeping. Should the locket clasp become loose, tighten with either jewelry pliers or tweezers. Use jewelry polishing cloth to restore shine if necklace begins to tarnish
  • Holds one fortune or similarly sized piece of paper
  • Snake style chain
  • Dimensions: Charm: 1" x 1" x 0.5"; Chain length: 18"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb.


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Fortune Cookie Locket

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This fortune cookie locket opens up to hold your words of wisdom close. Easily swap it out when you have a new favorite and carry good fortune wherever you go.
Made in the USA

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Gretel Going

These fortune lockets and pendants each contain an elegant note-to-self as a wearable reminder.

Maker Gretel Going believes it’s important to hold your inspiration close. After she found an insightful fortune in a cookie and put it on the fridge, she set out on a long journey to learn jewelry design in hopes of creating a better, more beautiful way of showcasing fortunes.

From delicate metal envelopes that showcase slips of paper to tiny, hinged fortune cookies that hold words of wisdom, each elegant necklace carries a personally meaningful message.

The sentiment behind them is reminiscent of classic, heirloom lockets you might inherit and slip an old photo into. Except these necklaces encourage you to look into the future as much as the past.