THEIR STORY - Charms jewellery


Charms are miniature symbols in jewellery form, also known as a trinket or a pendant. They’ve also existed for a long time and can portray one’s journey through life. In this blog, we will tell you more about the fashion, meaning, and history behind charms.


Charms were first worn during the Neolithic era as a symbol to ward off enemies. Once the Egyptian pharaohs took it over, and wore it to protect oneself from evil spirits. Many years later, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom favored them and they became wildly popular in the west. Her collection consisted of fine silver and gold pieces. Over the years, charms have known many meanings and inspirations.


People can still wearn charms to ward off evil and invite good into your life. Now many people buy them to close an important chapter in their lives or to hold sentimental value. The pieces are usually worn on collier or bracelets and come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. A trinket that marks a wedding or graduation date is a way to tell your story through jewellery. Mothers often buy a pendant representing their children.


Charms can be worn on colliers, earrings, or bracelets. When it comes to colliers and earrings, people usually wear only one on each piece. However, bracelets carry more than one charm.  It’s recommended to wear 5 to 9 on one bracelet, depending on size.

A charm jewellery piece is something personal, and so, depending on your style and your story, they can look very different. It is important not to overdo it, because it can become overwhelming fairly fast. For those who are more into simplicity and minimalism, a collier with one piece of it is enough. If you collect charms, a bracelet would be the best choice. 


One of our favorite charm items is this BeeGoddess necklace