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Letters, Numbers and Words Fine Charms and Charm Bracelets

Adding personality and personalisation to jewellery is easy with letters, numbers and words fine charms and charm bracelets.

Charms and charm bracelets are dearly loved pieces of jewellery and are therefore worn almost every day. Because of this, it is important to choose a fine metal for your bracelet so that it can endure the constant use. Choose either sterling silver, gold, palladium or platinum.

The cheapest fine metal is sterling silver, although it is still hard-wearing and has a fantastic shine to it, making it a popular choice.

Initial charms for bracelets

Initial charms can be worn individually or together, they can spell something out or combine to mean something personal to you. Choose your own initial, that of a partner, loved one, child, siblings or parents. Each meaning is personal to the wearer.

Slider charms are shaped to fit around the bracelet with a whole through the middle. Initial charms can easily be worn among a range of different charms or lined up to spell a word out in a subtle way.

Pendant charms are a little bigger and bolder so are ideal spaced out or worn as a single or double to keep the look more understated and elegant.

Ampersands are also a popular choice as they can perfectly link initials and names together to increase their meaning. Pair with a partner, friend or sibling to show a sign of your love for each other.

Aside from buying individual charms to add on to a charm bracelet , it is also possible to buy simple beaded or plain charms that feature a single initial charm attached. These simple designs are an ideal day-to-day accessory.

Number charms for bracelets

Number charms are ideal for the big birthdays, especially 18 and 21. Choose one as a birthday gift for somebody who you know loves their charm bracelet. You can also select a charm bracelet with a number charm already attached as a special birthday gift.

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