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Types of charms and bracelets Pandora. Selection tips > read on


In this arti­cle I will talk about the types of PANDORA charms and bracelets — this infor­ma­tion will be use­ful pri­mar­i­ly for begin­ners who do not quite under­stand the dif­fer­ence between charms, clips and sep­a­ra­tors, what they are for and what is bet­ter to choose.

Bracelets. The most pop­u­lar and most prac­ti­cal is the sil­ver bracelet — the basis of PANDORA SILVER BRACELET, 590702HV. It is quite durable — at least for me, no mat­ter how much it clings to dif­fer­ent objects — it nev­er torn. There are its vari­a­tions in gold and bicol­or. There is also an option in oxi­dized sil­ver, but it is not very good in oper­a­tion — the black­en­ing quick­ly peels off. The clas­sic clasp of the bracelet is a bar­rel-shaped latch, there is also a Pan­do­ra bracelet with a clasp — cara­bin­er.

Committee 1

The hard ban­gle PANDORA BANGLE is also very pop­u­lar, it looks very impres­sive on the hand. Ban­gles dif­fer from each oth­er only in clip-on fas­ten­ers.


PANDORA LEATHER BRACELET leather bracelets are very pop­u­lar, espe­cial­ly since their large range of col­ors allows them to be com­bined with any cloth­ing. Such bracelets under­go a spe­cial treat­ment that pro­tects jew­el­ry from scuffs and wear, but you need to be care­ful and try to avoid water — so the bracelet will last longer. There are bracelets for 1, 2 and 3 turns around the arm, in smooth leather and wick­er.


Tex­tile bracelets, in my opin­ion, will suit young girls and girls — very gen­tle and cute.


How to choose your bracelet size cor­rect­ly here.

Charms — (beads, charms, pen­dants for a pan­do­ra bracelet) come with thread (screw on the bracelet) and with­out it — open­works. Charms are sil­ver, gold, bicol­or (sil­ver and gold), with stones (nat­ur­al and arti­fi­cial), charms are pen­dants. Their diver­si­ty is amaz­ing and it is pos­si­ble to describe them for a long time.

Charms are cho­sen accord­ing to cer­tain asso­ci­a­tions that they evoke, or sim­ply accord­ing to mood. There are whole series of charms: trav­el, fam­i­ly rela­tion­ships, ani­mals, zodi­ac signs and much, much more. The most inex­pen­sive are the sil­ver open­work charms. Prices start at $25 per charm.


I like very much charms with enam­el — look unusu­al, with such bright patch­es on the bracelet. At first, I was wary of them — I was afraid that the coat­ing would be unsta­ble, but I was pleas­ant­ly sur­prised — the enam­eled charms proved to be excel­lent — noth­ing peeled off for a long time of wear­ing (almost with­out remov­ing) — the work­man­ship is pleas­ant­ly pleas­ing.


Mura­no — beads cre­at­ed using ancient Ital­ian tech­nolo­gies of man­u­al pro­cess­ing, cut­ting and col­or­ing of glass. These charms amaze with a vari­ety of pat­terns and an ever-grow­ing assort­ment. If you want to build a themed bracelet in a spe­cif­ic col­or key, this is a great place to start. I advise you to buy them in pairs or pick them up in sim­i­lar col­ors — it looks more har­mo­nious on the bracelet.


Very pop­u­lar late­ly faceted mura­no — they are bright and juicy — they attract the eye and cre­ate beau­ti­ful accents on the bracelet. Each of them has about 70 facets — a del­i­cate and beau­ti­ful work of mas­ters. Also avail­able as pen­dants.

Committee 11

Clip-on stop­pers — a spe­cial type of beads designed to sep­a­rate and secure ordi­nary charms on a bracelet. The clips are snapped onto two thick­en­ings (threads) of the bracelet, there­by divid­ing it into 3 parts. This makes it pos­si­ble to fill the bracelet with charms even­ly sec­tion by sec­tion, pre­vent­ing the rest of the pen­dants from mov­ing freely. They come in the form of charms and pen­dants.

If you want to wear clips on a leather bracelet or on a ban­gle bracelet, where there are no thick­en­ings, then you should use spe­cial sil­i­cone stop­pers for clips.


Secu­ri­ty chains (con­nect­ing) — put on a bracelet and, if it is acci­den­tal­ly opened, do not allow the bracelet to fall to the floor. But, to be hon­est, I have nev­er had a case for the bracelet to open — the lock is very reli­able. I would con­sid­er the con­nect­ing chain only as a beau­ti­ful ele­ment of the bracelet. They come in dif­fer­ent lengths, as well as in the form of charms and clips.


Sep­a­ra­tors — small nar­row beads, more like small rings. They are used as dec­o­ra­tion ele­ments when cre­at­ing a bracelet, to shade and high­light large charms and pen­dants, or to fill free space on a bracelet if a reg­u­lar charm does not fit in this space. There are sil­ver, gold, with stones.


Accord­ing to mate­ri­als: all charms and bracelets can be pur­chased in gold, sil­ver, bicol­or (a com­bi­na­tion of gold and sil­ver) and rose gold (Pan­do­ra Rose), a great alter­na­tive to gold, at least for the price.


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