To Have and to Hold

To Have and to Hold“It looks like a piece of candy to me,” Courtney says. She discovered the collectible in the pages of Victoria before procuring her first at a Memphis flea market. To this day, that initial find is her most precious. Manufactured by Birks, the standard-setter of Canadian jewelry, this 1930s antique was marked with a Royal Warrant of Appointment from the Prince of Wales—an indication of the royal family’s patronage, which makes the box all the more valuable.

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