More than just a present, give your mum a story with her very own charm bracelet or necklace

Don’t just give your mum a present this year, give her a story with her very own charm bracelet or necklace

#Legend - - SPY CAM -

1_ DIOR Rose des Vents

There’s noth­ing more sym­bolic than a medal­lion, so we love this wind rose-in­spired col­lec­tion. The beau­ti­ful stones are im­bued with their own mean­ings, in­clud­ing opal for pro­tec­tion, mala­chite for luck and turquoise for bal­ance. It hints at travel, ad­ven­ture and a life well lived – the per­fect way to cel­e­brate mum.

2_ LOUIS VUIT­TON Fine Jew­ellery Charms Col­lec­tion

Cap­ture her love of travel and old-world romance with these de­lights. A trunk in ebony or a hat box in pink opal are per­fect for fash­ion­istas, while the ex­plor­ers-at-heart will adore the whim­si­cal hot-air bal­loon or the aero­plane, both in white gold and di­a­monds. And those lion dance charms...

3_ THOMAS SABO Gen­er­a­tion Charm Club Col­lec­tion

Gothic-style vin­tage pieces, dainty amulets, gold-plated as­tro­log­i­cal sym­bols and more – this newly re­vamped col­lec­tion has some­thing for ev­ery per­son­al­ity, from the ul­tra­fem­i­nine to the in­ner rock god­dess. Mix, match and layer from more than 260 de­signs for a piece that mum will love for years.

4_ PANDORA Pandora Shine

The new col­lec­tion fea­tures 18K gold-plated ster­ling sil­ver charms to adorn Pandora’s iconic bracelets – and the Bonds of Love is the per­fect way to show mum how much she means to you. String to­gether a whole bracelet or add charms over the years; both are per­fect ways to hon­our the most spe­cial woman in your life.

5_ ANNOUSHKA Mythol­ogy

In­spired by mem­o­ries and the nat­u­ral world, this en­chant­ing col­lec­tion en­cap­su­lates both the amuletic and the fun na­ture of jew­ellery. Opt for some­thing del­i­cate and mean­ing­ful, or a play­ful cactus (which can rep­re­sent longevity and en­durance), as mum is sure to trea­sure it. Your imag­i­na­tion is the limit.

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