This intriguing locket depicts a saint, probably St. Peter, holding a key (to the church? To heaven?), with a dove (?) - in the background) on one side. On the other is a photograph of an ecclesiastical-looking person. It contains a touched relic (a bit of ribbon which has been touched to a saint’s bone or something worn by a saint), a tiny metal medal with Mary on one side, saying "Mary conceived without sin” and more Christian imagery on the other, and a wisp of cotton. It would be fascinating to know the story behind all this! The silver (unmarked but tested) is very thin, so it’s fragile, and bent in a few places, and there are a couple tiny breaks in the metal on the side with the saint – one just below his chin and the others in his mantle on the right. Overall it’s a really interesting piece, and priced accordingly. It measures 1-1/4" x 1 x 1/4". The photos are part of the description; please examine carefully. Thanks! Shipping, handling & insurance within the USA included.