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June's necklace




June's necklace





Holidays were always mad at Grandma’s, in a family of 9 surviving children, now grown, with 23 children of their own between them. For Christmas, names were drawn so that each child would be assured of a present, and there would be no great burden on any one particular family member.

The topic of who had drawn whose name was always a source of wild speculation and hope among the children. No one wanted Aunt Margot to be the giver, because her packages invariably contained things like new woolen socks, or a set of pencils for school. And everyone always wanted Aunt Abigail to draw their names, because her gifts were the envy of all, even that of the parents at times. The only one of her generation who had never married, she was a delightful eccentric who spent her time producing the most amazing and fantastic of mechanized gadgets, and her toys were truly wondrous creations. She fabricated things such as dogs that barked and rolled over, but did not need to be fed or walked, with volume controls so that they could be played with at all hours without the worry of bothering parents or neighbors, and dolls that actually danced and sang, old lullabies and songs currently in vogue. Her presents were always anticipated, and never failed to amaze.

In the early years, when toys became damaged, as happens with children, no matter the care they show, the parents were concerned, and scolded their children. But when presented with these now non-functional pieces, she would smile and say “That’s the sign of a present well loved,” and on most occasions, would whip out a set of small tools and fix the toy right then and there. She always wore, around her neck, a vial containing small parts, from which she would from time to time remove a piece to aid in repairs.

As the children grew older, Abigail noticed that her toys seemed to need less of repair, and was puzzled when the toys that were presented to her were, from time to time, missing a small but key part. But finally, after observing the children at play at a family gathering, and making a few inquiries among the nannies and tutors, she learned that one of the older girls was in fact conducting repairs on her cousin’s toys, with a high success rate. June would occasionally declare that a toy was beyond her abilities, and must wait for Aunt Abigail’s next visit, but would sometimes cannibalize a piece to use in another repair that day.

That year for Christmas, Abigail informed the family that June’s name would not be needed to be placed into the drawing, as she would be providing her present. And when June opened her package on Christmas Day, she found a repair toolkit, which included necklace similar to that of her aunt, with a vial of small parts to aid in her own repair efforts.

This is June's necklace, a small phial of mixed parts, strung on brass wire with pearls and pink glass beads, capped in brass filigree. It measures 20" in length, and fastens with an elegant brass clasp.











Aunt Abigail's necklace




Aunt Abigail's necklace





Holidays were always mad at Grandma’s, in a family of 9 surviving children, now grown, with 23 children of their own between them. For Christmas, names were drawn so that each child would be assured of a present, and there would be no great burden on any one particular family member.

The topic of who had drawn whose name was always a source of wild speculation and hope among the children. No one wanted Aunt Margot to be the giver, because her packages invariably contained things like new woolen socks, or a set of pencils for school. And everyone always wanted Aunt Abigail to draw their names, because her gifts were the envy of all, even that of the parents at times. The only one of her generation who had never married, she was a delightful eccentric who spent her time producing the most amazing and fantastic of mechanized gadgets, and her toys were truly wondrous creations. She fabricated things such as dogs that barked and rolled over, but did not need to be fed or walked, with volume controls so that they could be played with at all hours without the worry of bothering parents or neighbors, and dolls that actually danced and sang, old lullabies and songs currently in vogue. Her presents were always anticipated, and never failed to amaze.

In the early years, when toys became damaged, as happens with children, no matter the care they show, the parents were concerned, and scolded their children. But when presented with these now non-functional pieces, she would smile and say “That’s the sign of a present well loved,” and on most occasions, would whip out a set of small tools and fix the toy right then and there. She always wore, around her neck, a vial containing small parts, from which she would from time to time remove a piece to aid in repairs.

As the children grew older, Abigail noticed that her toys seemed to need less of repair, and was puzzled when the toys that were presented to her were, from time to time, missing a small but key part. But finally, after observing the children at play at a family gathering, and making a few inquiries among the nannies and tutors, she learned that one of the older girls was in fact conducting repairs on her cousin’s toys, with a high success rate. June would occasionally declare that a toy was beyond her abilities, and must wait for Aunt Abigail’s next visit, but would sometimes cannibalize a piece to use in another repair that day.

That year for Christmas, Abigail informed the family that June’s name would not be needed to be placed into the drawing, as she would be providing her present. And when June opened her package on Christmas Day, she found a repair toolkit, which included necklace similar to that of her aunt, with a vial of small parts to aid in her own repair efforts.

This is Aunt Abigail's necklace, a small phial of mixed parts, strung on brass wire with brass beads and brown pearls. It measures 20" in length, and fastens with an elegant brass clasp.









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