Charms to ward off evil date to Neolithic times, where hunters wore stones for luck. A few hundred years ago, superstition made charms an important part of everyday life - even the peasants depended on them for well being. Today’s charm jewellery stems from Queen Victoria’s fascination with charms. They're often collected as reminders of good times, and are carried because their sentiment makes the wearer feel comfortable.

Price is for either 10, 6, 4, or a single Chinese silver charm, depending on which one. Please...
Price is per bead with 1mm hole drilled from top-to-bottom ready to thread. Measures 18mm x 13mm x...
Price is per two beads - measure 14mm x 10mm with 5mm hole. History of CharmsCarrying charms to...
£2.50
Price is per two of these bracelets for making charm bracelets. The end opens up to fix charms...
Price is per 10mm bead. History of CharmsCarrying charms to ward off evil dates to Neolithic times where...
Price is per 10mm bead with 1mm hole ready to thread. Quite heavy! Select either light purple, dark...
Price is per two beads - measure 14mm x 10mm with 5mm hole.   History of CharmsCarrying charms...
Price is per two beads - measure 14mm x 10mm with 5mm hole.History of CharmsCarrying charms to ward...
£1.50
£0.99
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