"The Bones Of Our Life" 1888 Design Necklace Part B.
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This 1888 Design is a:
One of a Kind
Reimagined Components: 1940's Aviator Wing pin facsimile with antique skeleton key strung on 26" 3mm gun metal box chain.
1888's Take: "It is our past that builds the bones of our life story, but we must continue to experience will full vibrance and curiosity all that this world has to offer. Living a life where we recreate from the past alone will only serve to dull and stunt the evolution of the mind and spirit."
Criteria for being granted a US Army Aviator badge includes rigorous training and proficiency tests as well as 1500 to 3000 flying hours for the more advanced rankings. These badges symbolize a strong resolve to do what must be done to acquire the necessary skills for flight. The reward is not just this token of accomplishment but to be able to break free from the bonds of gravity and take to the skies.
~Keys / Locks~
The right key can unlock the door to a lover’s heart, a new and bright opportunity, a once in a lifetime adventure, a chest of treasure or secrets or even change time itself by the winding of an old grandfather clock…
Historically, Companies like PF Corbin (known for their beautifully engraved “Carded keys”) or the Tower company (1865 founder John Tower) who was responsible for the first metal handcuff, can serve as a reminder that there is beauty in having the key to free ourselves…but taking the first step through the door is entirely up to you…one key one lock…but what’s on the other side of the door is infinite possibility.