This assortment of three American-made love tokens are inscribed with some spectacularly old-fashioned names. Hattie (short for Harriet) was a relatively common name in the 1880s, but had fallen out of vogue by the Depression. The popularity of the name "Rubie" peaked in the early 20th century, born out of the Victorian trend of naming babies after precious stones - Opal, Pearl, and Beryl were frequently used around the same time period - and is beginning to rise again, thanks to a renewed interest in turn-of-the-century names. The "PH," of course, is a mystery, but we loved the font and detail on the skillfully rendered letters. Read more about love tokens and their history here and here.