They are technically pendants. And they should go anywhere you want.
Get with the programme: Wear your charms everywhere, and every way.
When Thomas Sabo first introduced its Charm Club range in 2006, it focused on what other brands did (or still do): producing charms in varied designs for people to collect.
Now known as Generation Charm Club, the range shows the German jeweller’s different take: The charms are still for collectors, but they are unisex as well as for all ages, and go beyond the traditional idea of charms.
In sterling silver or plated in 18K gold, and in as many as 200 designs, from vintage inspired to punk inspired, the charms play a triple role: as necklace pendants, earring add-ons, and wrist charms. To help you get the idea, Generation Charm Club includes 10 new designs for chains, chokers and bracelets in varying lengths, finishes and styles. $28-$459 – RT
Sterling silver Skull King, $169.
18K gold-plated Aquarius, $169.
Sterling silver Together Forever, $72.
Sterling silver Tortoise, $179.
Sterling silver Flamingo, $149.
18K gold-plated Virgo, $169.
Sterling silver Vintage Coin, $329.
Sterling silver Unicorn, $129.
Sterling silver Snake, $109.
Sterling silver Parrot, $239.
Sterling silver Cactus, $239.
Sterling silver Hand of Fatima, $129.
Sterling silver Feather, $179.
18K gold-plated Nazar Eye, $169.
18K gold-plated Sun with motherofpearl, $129.