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Memento

Memento

Jewelry can hold a lifetime of meanings. I asked four different people including myself, the stories behind their neck candy.

"My sister got me this necklace in Israel. It’s my name in Hebrew."

"My sister got me this necklace in Israel. It’s my name in Hebrew."

"I got this heart necklace when my great grandmother passed away when I was 8 years old. My mom inherited all her jewelry and I went through it and picked out the ones I like. I wear it everyday."

"I got this heart necklace when my great grandmother passed away when I was 8 years old. My mom inherited all her jewelry and I went through it and picked out the ones I like. I wear it everyday."

"My ex boyfriend gave me my 'Tori' necklace, I don’t care about him anymore, but I still like it."

"My ex boyfriend gave me my 'Tori' necklace, I don’t care about him anymore, but I still like it."

"My sister gave this to me for my 21st birthday. I don’t get to see her very often so it's special to me."

"My sister gave this to me for my 21st birthday. I don’t get to see her very often so it's special to me."

"My grandfather made my grandmothers wedding ring into a necklace, after she passed away, and gave it to me."

"My grandfather made my grandmothers wedding ring into a necklace, after she passed away, and gave it to me."