Carry your most sacred thoughts or give someone else the words they need to hear. Our fortunes specifically speak to happiness as something you work hard for. Not something you’re just born with.
Fortune & Frame was born of the belief that the messages people are compelled to hold onto are milestones and guideposts in their personal narratives. What started as a thoughtful way for people to keep and wear their fortunes has become everyday fashion and a way for people around the world to honor meaningful milestones along their personal journeys. We’ve now made it our mission to bring together inspiring, personalized messages with intriguing lockets, accessories and keepsakes. We’re constantly challenging ourselves to create new ways of holding fortunes and evolving jewelry’s role as a form of self-expression.
We design jewelry and accessories that hold fortunes, love notes-to-self and messages that tell the story of you. Our story begins when designer Gretel Going got an insightful fortune, had nowhere to keep it, and stuck it on the fridge. When the fortune kept falling, an idea was born. What started as a thoughtful way to keep and wear fortunes has since become everyday fashion and a way for people around the world to honor meaningful milestones along their personal journeys. We invite you to join us in owning the moments that define you.
WE`RE FORTUNE & FRAME
We believe that the words people are compelled to hold onto are milestones and guideposts in their personal narratives. Our pieces recognize that people’s stories are fluid and ongoing. What resonates with someone in one moment is not necessarily what they’ll be drawn to in the next.
“One of the most unique pieces of jewelry we’ve ever found. Fortune & Frame has created a collection of modern jewelry that holds the messages closest to your heart.”
“Each handcrafted Fortune & Frame locket contains a meaningful verse of your choosing, leaving nothing to chance when it comes to good karma.”
“Once you take one look at these precious pendants you won’t be able to stop daydreaming about them.”