Gothic Last Kiss in Paris morbid macabre memento miniature fob necklace Shrine Reliquary
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WHen I saw this couple I realized they took the "till death do us part" seriously. Inside the case is a memento of their photo, and a bat who came to join them. Guessing their age to be in the hundreds, I can assume the bat is getting up their in age as well. This bizarre pendant hangs from a really thick 1/2" wide enamel black chain that measures 20" long. IT has a vintage watch clasp that is the closure. Keeping in with the theory that this couple really took their love seriously, there hangs a gilt brass eiffel tower charm to remind them of the setting that the last kiss took place. The total pendant with miniature memento inside is 3 1/4" long.IT has a glass or plastic lens ( not sure which) to protect it from age and wear. Made from vintage parts this is one necklace that has quite a well thought out history. VintageSparkles offers Layaway on all our pieces regardless of which site it comes from. Please remember that vintage & antique items are not mint, nor are they perfect but they sure are full of old history and charm. Please use photos to make your decisions and read our policies prior to buying so you can have an excellent experience with us.
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