This impeccably designed, rose-colored key is for a woman who dares for something to stump her. She possesses the tenacity to figure out the real mysteries in life. Like which door this hauntingly well designed replica unlocks.
Answer: A stone 1700s farmhouse in New Jersey where books in the Nancy Drew series were written. The writer, Harriet Adams, was once accused of bringing harm to her children. How? By being a mother and working outside of the home.
We picture wearing this with a plaid dress, gray tights and boots. Or a mock turtle and cuffed black jeans with oxfords. Maybe with a magnifying glass in your back pocket.
The first keys ever made were wooden.
In the days of yore, the style of a key sometimes mimicked the ornate style of the door of the house they opened.
Never turn over your key. It’s considered a sign of surrender.
In Victorian England, when lock pickers proliferated, citizens had thoughts not very different from our own today: How can privacy be ensured with personal information and possessions at risk?