LILY BLANCHE Memory Keeper Sphere
DO YOU REMEMBER the first piece of jewellery which really meant something to you? The piece you knew you would always treasure and eventually pass on to somone you love? That is the emotion I wanted to recreate with this special piece of jewellery.
Based on a vintage design from my grandmother’s jewel box, this unique 6 photo Memory Keeper Locket®, in sterling silver, 18 carat gold, rose gold or white gold, lets you hold all of your loved ones close. Gillian Crawford, Creative Director & Founder, Lily Blanche
Watch the video below to see Natalie reveal the secrets of the Memory Keeper Locket.
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You can read over 575 verified five star reviews here. Here’s what our customers say.
“It’s my absolute fave piece of jewellery” Judy Murray, tennis coach and Strictly star
“I want to thank you for the beautiful Locket. Engraving it with the date I took office as First Minister made it very personal” Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland.
“It’s like wearing a hug from all my favourite people”Joan S.
“A lifetime of love in a little golden sphere. I absolutely adore it” Diane G.
“Amazing service and beautifully wrapped and packed. A joyful gift,” Lesley McP.
“I have bought them for my 2 daughters and myself. Love them,” Pauline S.
"My beautiful Memory Keeper Locket contains 6 pictures of my loved ones, including my mum and grandma who have both passed away. Somehow it feels like they were in on the gift too!” M.H.
“Cannot recommend this company enough” Rachel H.
“They really have thought of everything” Jennifer A.
“I absolutely love it as do my family and friends. I’ve been singing your praises to anyone who will listen” Diane C
We hope you love and treasure your Memory Keeper Locket®.Gillian Crawford, designer and CEO of Lily Blanche. x
Memory Keeper Locket® is a registeredtrademark of Lily Blanche and Wow (Scotland) Ltd
You will need: A Lily Blanche Memory Keeper Locket Laptop; Printer; 15mm (0.6 inch) craft punch; 130gsm self adhesive photographic paper.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2HF1jBa0Gw
- First choose your images. Pick strong portrait shots which are clear and unfussy and where there is a bit of space around the head (ie the top of the head is not cut off or up against the edge of the photograph) Single headshots work best at this size.
It's already mid-way through January 2017 but it has been so busy in the Lily Blanche studio that I haven't had time until now to reflect on the year that has just been. One thing is certain, however. It has been our most amazing and busiest year to date.
When we haven't been swooning over Rufus Sewell's world-weary Lord Melbourne or declaring "I am beyond peaches" with the back of our hand pressed melodramatically to our brow a la the wronged and dying Lady Flora, we've been star struck by the costumes and jewellery in the ITV mini-series Victoria. The imperious Jenna Coleman carries off tiara after tiara, Star of Empire brooches and gobstopper diamond necklaces with aplomb, not to mention the Imperial State Crown - all 7lbs, 6oz of it.
Every day my daughter wears a ring. It’s not a particularly beautiful ring or especially well made. It’s not from a desirable or famous brand. It’s not particularly on trend. But it is her most precious piece of jewellery. The ring belonged to my other grandmother, Agnes – my mother’s mother - who died before my daughter was even thought about.
Not many photographs of my grandmother exist. She wasn’t wealthy and the ring would not have cost much. The story of how she came by the ring has been forgotten but for my daughter the ring is a link with the past – her past, a very personal and precious symbol of life and love and continuity.
It has to be one of the most romantic gestures ever. When Brad Pitt married Angelina Jolie at their family home, Chateau Miraval in Correns France, he gave her a locket containing a photograph of her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand. Angelina's mother, whom she adored, died of ovarian cancer in 2007 at the age of just 56. Brad and Angelina had been dating for two years but Marcheline did not live long enough to see the couple marry or to meet their brood.