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Being a sweet and standout gal, you'll appreciate the unforgettable dedication of love and devotion this design holds in its history. A Victorian jet glass buckle stands solemnly and stylishly at center, an homage to the loss of a loved one, marked during the early 20th century by the wearing of black--the extent and duration determined by the wearer's relationship to the deceased. Dubbed "mourning jewelry," a buckle like this, its glittering glass studs sparkling stylishly today, would have been worn to mark one's memory, and we think it plays the part beautifully amidst golden mother-of-pearl teardrops, especially intermingling with faceted black glass. Unforgettable and elegant, this style measures 18" in length and attaches with a hammered brass hook.