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A true timeless classic, a locket is such a great jewellery staple for any collection. We love the size of this sweet little vintage gold locket! Perfect for adding into a charm collection or wearing everyday on its own, it's petite size means you'll likely forget it's around your neck! 


The locket is made of 9ct yellow gold and has a sweet engraved detail to the front panel and to the back the panel has British hallmarks for the maker 'RWW', 9ct gold, Birmingham and the date letter 'K' for 1984.


Inisde, a small photo or other little memento can be added to each half of the locket. Currently there is what looks to be the original red card backing and clear plastic window in each half.


The locket measures approx 14mm tall (not including the jump ring but including the little fitting at the top) by approx 10mm wide by approx 4.4mm deep and weighs approx 0.75g in total. 


Condition - The charm is in good vintage condition with some light signs of age and wear, including some surface wear to the gold. The back outer panel of the locket is a little indented where the hallmarks have been added. The jump ring is currently soldered closed. Please see photos.


*Please note the chain and box pictured are not included in the sale but the charm will be shipped in a new presentation box and pouch*















Vintage 1984 9ct gold tiny oval gold locket

  • All items are carefully wrapped and packaged in a gift pouch. In the UK, we always post items via Royal Mail's Special Delivery service which is fully tracked and insured. Items sent outside of the UK are sent via Royal Mail's International signed for service, which offers insurance for up to £250 and tracking.

What people say

“I LOVE shopping with Kate Gold Jewellery - unusual and delightful charms, fair prices and EXCEPTIONAL service. Each package comes delightfully packaged along with a handwritten note. What's not to love?”

Susan, USA

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