Personalized Charm Bracelets for Women

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While charm bracelets can be worn as beautiful and unique adornments, many wearers choose themes to personalize their jewelry. This custom has been around for thousands of years and has been enjoyed by numerous cultures. From themes based on religious beliefs to favorite hobbies, the possibilities are seemingly endless.

From prehistoric times, people have worn amulets to ward off bad luck and evil spirits. Talismans were prized because they were believed to bring protection and good luck. People of various world religions continue to wear bracelets with similarly themed charms. For instance, Christians often add amulets resembling the cross or fish to their jewelry. Jewish amulets often include important text from the Qur’an.

With magic prevalent throughout the ancient Greco-Roman culture, amulets were widespread during this time. Gemstones representing the various significant gods of the time were worn in order to imbue the owner with the powers of the gods.

These days, fans of charm bracelets will often choose historic themes. From every corner of the world, amulets and talismans abound. For other collectors, a theme based on a particular precious metal or type of gemstone may be of interest.

Adding personal birthstone charms to jewelry has been popular for quite some time. These birthstones include garnet for January, amethyst for February, aquamarine or jade for March, diamond for April, emerald for May, pearl for June, ruby for July, sardonyx for August, sapphire for September, opal for October, topaz for November, and turquoise for December. There are also traditional, modern, and mystical themes among birthstones themselves.

Glass beads are a growing trend, especially those made of fine Murano glass.
This glass originated on the Venetian island of Murano. It is now produced around the world, although true enthusiasts will say that you can only purchase authenticate Murano glass from the island itself. Murano glass is sturdy and can be made into an amazing variety of charms. Collectors of such charm beads are often drawn to these works of art due to the variety of color and styles available.

In the ‘50s and ‘60s, younger generations began wearing jewelry bearing charms which reflected significant events in their lives. This trend picked up steam in more recent decades.


Our 25th: Love my Man! # 5

2009-02-27 14:41:55 by the-Black-Widow

I dressed up for dinner. Corset held my breasts up nice & firm under a tight black sweater, unbuttoned a bit too far so nice, tight & deep cleavage. Wore necklaces to draw eye to my canyon, my big diamond ring that flashed so it was known I was my Man's, bracelets with black widow charms hanging from them to make noise to turn heads, nice tight jeans, and heeled black shoes that make you wonder if it's a boot. Heels high enough my thighs work my ass in a nice rhythmic strut. My cologne? Odd to some, but AXE for men! Why? I love to smell it and it makes me hot, men luv to wear it, I make my man hot, my Man luvs to 'wear' me


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