For centuries, jewelry has been made to open up to reveal a small space, where you can insert a portrait, a lock of hair, or a tiny love letter.
Lockets evolved from ancient amulets. Most European lockets were used to conceal good luck charms, small fabric squares soaked in perfume to mask pungent scents, painted portraits, and sometimes—poison.
Poison carrying lockets became popular in tumultuous times—where heirs in the royal bloodline would kill each other off for power. It also made a resurgence in times of war, where individuals, who risked torture in the hands of their enemies, concealed poison to save them from an unpleasant death.
Now that we live in a more peaceful time, concealing poison is no longer needed. Instead, lockets designed to end life are now used to prolong life.
This capsule necklace can hold up to 6 pills, and it will be close to you whenever you need them.