Charm bracelets have stood the test of time, dating all the way back to 400 BC. But it is Queen Victoria who is credited with sparking the charm bracelet trend in the 1800s, and it has grown and evolved ever since.TraditionalThe traditional charm bracelet features a metal link chain decorated with specially chosen dangling charms. The tiny icons represent everything from favorite animals and hobbies to sports, religious figures, and career symbols.Bead-style European Charms These bracelets begin with a thin chain (a snake chain, cord, or leather) strung with bead-style charms. Some still dangle like traditional charms, but others are simply beads. These are often more colorful than traditional charms, sometimes decorated with glass or enamel. PANDORA® has a popular collection of this type of charm, offering stylish designs and symbols with personal meaning.Beyond the BraceletWhile bracelets are still the most popular choice, charms can also be found decorating zipper pulls, necklaces and even earrings.
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