• This beautiful and cheerful angelic winged Cherub charm is crafted in solid 9ct yellow gold. The perfect gift for your little Angel, as a charm for a bracelet or a pendant on one of our beautiful neck chains. We all have a guardian angel who is loving, kind and caring Who'll be there when we need someone to share the load we're bearing When in my heart I feel a tug, maybe its an angel hug!
  • An unusual Cossack dancer charm crafted in 9ct yellow gold with a polished finish. We advise you to buy this lovely charm quick, as every body is "Russian" in to buy them, otherwise you may be hoping mad if they sell out. Hopak (Ukrainian: Гопа́к, IPA: [ɦoˈpɑk]), also referred to as Gopak in transliteration from the Russian language, the Cossack dance, or more recently as the Kazotsky Kick is a national Ukrainian dance. ... The Hopak is often popularly referred to as the "National Dance of Ukraine".
  • The Eiffel Tower is a wrought iron lattice tower on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. It is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Constructed from 1887–89 as the entrance to the 1889 World's Fair, it was initially criticized by some of France's leading artists and intellectuals for its design, but it has become a global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognisable structures in the world.
  • Whether you believe in fairy's or not! This enchanting little fairy most definitely exists and we can prove it, she is made of gold and is holding a glittering ball that will add a pleasing splash of colour to your bracelet. Set with a beautiful and unusual multi coloured, highly polished oplex ball, looks just like real opal, but more durable. Also perfect on a chain to make a lovely pendant. Why not brighten up your partners day with a breath of fresh air,and the gift of sparkling fairy magic.
  • Hairdryer, Hair drier, or blow dryer. A must have accessory for all you budding hair dressers out there, this beautiful hair-drier charm is crafted in 9ct yellow gold with a highly polished finish. Blow dryers were invented around the end of the 19th century. The first model was created by Alexander F. “Beau” Godefroy in his salon in France in 1890. The handheld, household hair dryer first appeared in 1920. Blow dryers are used both in beauty salons by professional stylists, and in the average household by consumers. Hairstyles using blow dryers usually have volume and discipline, which can be further improved by the use of styling products and hairbrushes during drying to add tension, hold and lift.
  • This cute little turtle charm is crafted in 9ct yellow gold and symbolizes wisdom, strength, endurance, and longevity. A great addition to any charm bracelet and will also make a great pendant when added to one of our lovely chains. Please click on picture below to view pendant with chain.
  • This cute little hollow unicorn charm, is made in 9ct yellow gold and is said by some to bring good luck. The unicorn is a legendary animal that has been described by many ancient civilizations, even before the middle ages, as a beast with a large spiraling horn projecting from its head and has long been depicted through the years in heraldry, and is to this day best known as one of the heraldic symbols of Scotland.  The unicorn was chosen by the Scots because it was seen as a proud haughty beast which would rather die than be captured. The unicorn is also used in the royal coat of arms of Queen Elizabeth II, as used in England. A great addition to any charm bracelet.
  • The story of the three little pigs, Yellow, Rose, and White Gold.

    Once upon a time, there were three customers who wanted to buy a pig charm.

    The first customer went to a large high street chain store and bought a lightweight hollow pig charm that was very cheap.  When he took it home a big bad wolf blew the door down and the charm fell onto the floor (because it was so light), unfortunately he stood on it and it was squashed. His wife huffed and puffed and was not very happy.

    The second customer bought a charm that was a little bit heaver which was also quite cheap, but it was badly made and his wife huffed and puffed and never wore it.

    The third wise customer bought his pig charm from the ‘ City of London Jewellers’, his charm is solid and very well made.  That was ten years ago and his wife is still very happy with it.

    I think that’s how the story goes!

  • 9ct yellow gold London Routemaster bus charm. The Routemaster has in recent years become the most well-known London bus and, probably , the most famous bus in the world. The first Routemasters entered service with London Transport in February 1956 and the last were withdrawn from regular service in December 2005, although one heritage route is still operated by Routemasters in central London. The first London bus route to be operated by the Routemaster was the on 8 February 1956, with RM1. The same bus, with a revised front end, appeared at the Lord Mayor’s Show in November 1956. Despite the retirement of the original version, the Routemaster has retained iconic status, and is considered a British cultural icon.
  • This cute 9ct gold London taxi cab is still made in the UK unlike the real thing. LTI FX4 cab A hackney or hackney carriage (also called a cab, black cab, hack or London taxi) is a carriage or automobile for hire.
  • This 9ct yellow gold iconic symbol of luck, makes a great charm for a bracelet, and will also make a great pendant. To ward off goblins and evil spirits from their homes, the people hung iron horseshoes over their front doors. Horseshoes have long been considered lucky. They were originally made of iron, a material which was believed to ward off evil spirits, and traditionally were held in place with seven nails, seven being the luckiest number. The superstition acquired a further Christian twist due to a legend surrounding the 10th century saint Dunstan who worked as a blacksmith before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury. The legend recounts that, one day, the Devil walked into Dunstan s shop and asked him to shoe his horse. Dunstan pretended not to recognize him, and agreed to the request; but rather than nailing the shoe to the horse’s hoof, he nailed it to the Devil’s own foot, causing him great pain. Dunstan eventually agreed to remove the shoe, but only after extracting a promise that the Devil would never enter a household with a horseshoe nailed to the door Sailors believe that nailing a horseshoe to the mast will help their vessel avoid storms.
  • This iconic symbol of luck, makes a great charm for a bracelet, and will also make a great pendant. Made in the UK.in 9ct yellow gold. To ward off goblins and evil spirits from their homes, the people hung iron horseshoes over their front doors. Horseshoes have long been considered lucky. They were originally made of iron, a material which was believed to ward off evil spirits, and traditionally were held in place with seven nails, seven being the luckiest number. The superstition acquired a further Christian twist due to a legend surrounding the 10th century saint Dunstan who worked as a blacksmith before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury. The legend recounts that, one day, the Devil walked into Dunstan’s shop and asked him to shoe his horse. Dunstan pretended not to recognise him, and agreed to the request; but rather than nailing the shoe to the horse’s hoof, he nailed it to the Devil’s own foot, causing him great pain. Dunstan eventually agreed to remove the shoe, but only after extracting a promise that the Devil would never enter a household with a horseshoe nailed to the door Sailors believe that nailing a horseshoe to the mast will help their vessel avoid storms.
  • This cheeky little monkey is crafted in solid 9ct yellow gold with an engraved finish to simulate the hair/fur.  Looks great hanging from a bracelet. So stop monkeying around and buy your loved one this adorable charming monkey, or she may go bananas.  
  • This cheeky little monkey is crafted in solid 9ct yellow gold with a highly polished finish.  Looks great hanging from a bracelet and also makes a fantastic pendant. So stop monkeying around and buy your loved one this adorable charming monkey, or she may go bananas.
  • This adorable little teddy bear is crafted in 9ct yellow gold, holding a beautiful multi coloured oplex ball, looks just like real opal. A gorgeous charm to add to her bracelet, or why not add to one of our lovely chains to wear as a pendant. A beautiful gift for any occasion.
  • An iconic 9ct yellow gold Eagle claw charm will add a pleasing splash of color to your bracelet.  Set with a beautiful and unusual multi coloured, highly polished oplex ball, looks just like real opal. The Bald Eagle is the national bird of the United States of America and is important in various native American cultures, being prominent in seals logos, coinage, postage stamps and many other items relating to the US federal government.
  • (Behold st Christopher and go your way in safety) This lovely oval saint Christopher pendant has the words, 'SAINT CHRISTOPHER PROTECT US', clearly embossed around the border. The perfect gift for a christening, confirmation or a pendant on one of our beautiful neck chains. The patron saint of travelers who gave his life to the service of Christ and others. Often, people recall Christopher’s story as an uncomplicated one who assisted travelers seeking to cross a dangerous river. His service to travelers earned him the honour of being the patron saint and protector of travelers. It is the story of a man who was himself a traveler and of his journey to Christ, where he found his true destination in the service of the Lord. The story of St. Christopher and the St. Christopher Medal is a captivating part of Christian gospel. He was a Canaanite 7.5 feet tall with a fearsome face. He is believed to be a large man of immense strength who lived in the third century during the reign of Decius.
  • (Behold st Christopher and go your way in safety) This lovely oval Saint Christopher pendant has the words 'SAINT CHRISTOPHER PROTECT US' clearly embossed around the border. The perfect gift for a christening, confirmation, charm bracelet, or a pendant on one of our beautiful neck chains. The patron saint of travelers who gave his life to the service of Christ and others. Often people recall Christopher’s story as an uncomplicated one who assisted travelers seeking to cross a dangerous river. His service to travelers earned him the honour of being the patron saint and protector of travelers. It is the story of a man who was himself a traveler and of his journey to Christ, where he found his true destination in the service of the Lord. The story of St. Christopher and the St. Christopher Medal is a captivating part of Christian gospel. He was a Canaanite 7.5 feet tall with a fearsome face. He is believed to be a large man of immense strength who lived in the third century during the reign of Decius.
  • (Behold st Christopher and go your way in safety) This lovely oval saint Christopher pendant has the words 'SAINT CHRISTOPHER PROTECT US' clearly embossed around the border. The perfect gift for a christening, confirmation, or a pendant on one of our beautiful neck chains. The patron saint of travelers who gave his life to the service of Christ and others. Often people recall Christopher’s story as an uncomplicated one who assisted travelers seeking to cross a dangerous river. His service to travelers earned him the honour of being the patron saint and protector of travelers. It is the story of a man who was, himself a traveler and of his journey to Christ, where he found his true destination in the service of the Lord. The story of St. Christopher and the St. Christopher Medal is a captivating part of Christian gospel. He was a Canaanite 7.5 feet tall with a fearsome face. He is believed to be a large man of immense strength who lived in the third century during the reign of Decius.
  • This adorable little teddy bear is crafted in 9ct yellow gold, holding a beautiful freshwater cultured pearl. A gorgeous charm to add to her bracelet, or on to one of our lovely chains to wear as a pendant. A beautiful gift for any occasion.
  • This cute little cat is the purr-fect gift for all those cat lovers out there.  We guarantee it won't wee on the floor or claw up your settee and you don't even have to feed it.  
  • My cat is out on his midnight stroll, with graceful steps he walks so slow. His eyes flash and glow like gold in the moonlight, I think he's looking for a fight.  His tail is up he is on patrol. He likes to duck and dive,  are there any mice alive? He strives to bring home his pray but we don't want it any way. There is cat hair everywhere but we don't care, because we love his gorgeous calming stare. When he purrs you can tell all is well, we love to have them by our side, oh now he's asleep he must be tired. This cheeky little cat is the purr-fect gift for all those cat lovers out there. We guarantee it wont wee on the floor leave hair anywhere or claw up your settee and you don’t even have to feed it!  
  • Very popular in the 1970's as a pendant, this (cutting edge) design has a certain unusual retro look and makes a great charm for a bracelet. Made in the UK.in 9ct yellow gold. Also suitable for use as a pendant.
  • A crown is traditionally worn by a King/Queen, or by a deity, for whom the crown traditionally represents power, legitimacy, victory, triumph, honour and glory as well as immortality, righteousness and resurrection. In art, the crown may be shown being offered to those on Earth by angels. Apart from the traditional form, crowns also may be in the form of a wreath and be made of flowers, oak leaves, or thorns and be worn by others, representing what the coronation part aims to symbolize with the specific crown. In religious art, a crown of stars is used similarly to a halo. Crowns worn by rulers often contain jewels.
  • Although this gorgeous 9ct yellow gold rubber duck charm doesn't float, I am sure it will float someone's boat when given as a gift! The history of the rubber duck is linked to the emergence of rubber manufacturing in the late 19th century. The earliest rubber ducks were made from harder rubber when manufacturers began using Charles Goodyear's invention. As a consequence, these solid rubber ducks were not capable of floating, but instead were intended for use as chew toys. Sculptor Peter Ganine created a sculpture of a duck in the 1940s, and reproduced it as a floating toy, of which over 50,000,000 were sold. Jim Henson popularized rubber ducks in 1969, performing the song "rubber Duckie" as Ernie a popular Muppet from Sesame Street. Ernie frequently spoke to his duck and carried it with him in other segments of the show. On a special occasion, Little Richard performed the song. C. W. McCall's hit song Convoy (and the movie and novel it inspired) are narrated from the viewpoint of a character who replaced the bulldog hood ornament on his Mack truck with a bathtub toy and used the on-air handle of "Rubber Duck". Looks like we got our self a convoy as these gorgeous ducks come in yellow, rose, or, white gold .
  • A beautiful memento of Scotland, a solid 9ct yellow gold thistle charm ,the ancient Celtic symbol of nobility of character as well as of birth. The thistle has been the national emblem of Scotland since the reign of Alexander the third (1249–1286) and was used on silver coins issued by James the third in 1470. It is the symbol of the Order of the Thistle, a high chivalry order of Scotland. It is found in many Scottish symbols and as the name of several Scottish football clubs. The thistle, crowned with the Scottish crown, was the symbol of seven of the eight former Scottish Police Services (from which a new national Police Service was formed in 2013), the sole exception being the former northern constabulary. The thistle is also the emblem of encyclopaedia Britannica, which originated in Edinburgh, Scotland. According to a legend an invading Norse army was attempting to sneak up at night upon a Scottish army’s encampment. During this operation one barefoot Norseman had the misfortune to step upon a thistle, causing him to cry out in pain, thus alerting Scot’s to the presence of the Norse invaders.
  • This outstanding 9ct yellow gold charm, is crafted with the finest materials and finished by hand to the highest standard. We cannot guarantee this adorable frog will turn in to a prince, but one thing is sure, it is very charming and it would make a great gift for your beautiful princess.
  • This cute little bunny rabbit charm has a highly polished finish and is crafted in solid 9ct yellow gold and is said to be very lucky, well it does have all of its feet, so you better not rely on a rabbits foot for luck, after all, it didn’t work out too well for the rabbit! A great addition to any charm bracelet. Also suitable for wearing on a chain as a pendant.
  • Made in England. This outstanding 9ct yellow gold solid charm, is crafted with the finest materials and finished by hand to the highest standard with exquisite attention to detail. The equestrian pendant charm, consisting of a horses head shown through a stirrup in 3D showing on both sides. The perfect gift for someone who loves horse riding or just adores horses. Also suitable for wearing on a chain as a pendant.
  • Made in England. This outstanding 9ct yellow gold solid charm, is crafted with the finest materials and finished by hand to the highest standard. We cannot guarantee this adorable frog will turn in to a prince, but one thing is sure, it is very charming and it would make a great gift for your beautiful princess.
  • This beautiful harp charm has very fine detail, crafted in the finest materials and finished by hand to the highest standard. The perfect gift for the one you love, whatever the occasion. A lovely addition to a charm bracelet, will also make a lovely pendant when added to a chain. The harp is an ancient musical instrument used in Ireland for centuries, it is also a symbol of Ireland. Harpists, who were often blind, occupied an honoured place in Irish society. Harpists and bards (or poets), played an important role in the social structure of Ireland. They were supported by chieftains and kings. Carolan was one of the most famous harpists, and many Irish melodies inspired by him still survive to this day. Although it is not as recognizable as the shamrock, the harp is a widely used symbol. It appears on Irish coins, the presidential flag, state seals, uniforms, and official documents, not to mention, a pint of the black stuff!
  • Made in England, crafted with the finest materials and finished by hand to the highest standard. This beautiful, smooth 9ct yellow gold solid open heart charm, will make the perfect gift for the one you love, whatever the occasion. A lovely addition to a charm bracelet and will also make a lovely pendant when added to a chain.
  • Made in England. A wise old owl for a beautiful young lady. This outstanding solid 9ct yellow gold adorable owl charm, is finished by hand to a very high standard. The perfect graduation gift. A sentiment to show how proud you are of their achievement that will be remembered for years to come. “HOO” “HOOOOO” can resist its charm. Also suitable for wearing on a chain as a pendant.
  • Made in England. A wise old owl for a beautiful young lady. This outstanding solid 9ct yellow gold adorable owl charm, is set with ruby eyes and finished by hand to a very high standard. The perfect graduation gift. A sentiment to show how proud you are of their achievement that will be remembered for years to come. "HOO" "HOOOOO" can resist its charm. Also suitable for wearing on a chain as a pendant.
  • This unusual heavy scorpion charm is crafted in solid 9ct yellow gold. Commended for defense and control abilities, the scorpion symbolizes control, passion and individuality. Scorpio is the eighth astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Scorpius. It spans 210°–240° ecliptic longitude. Under the tropical zodiac, the Sun transits this area on average from October 23 to November 22. If you would like to use as a pendant with our chain please see pendant number PC00388,or click on picture below.
  • History

    For more than 1,400 years, a Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood at the highest point in the City.

    Frequently at the centre of national events, traditions have been observed here and radical new ideas have found expression under the iconic dome. In many cases these events have left some physical record as well as echoes in the intangible memory of the building. The present Cathedral, the masterpiece of Britain's most famous architect Sir Christopher Wren, is at least the fourth to have stood on the site. It was built between 1675 and 1710, after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, and services began in 1697. This was the first Cathedral to be built after the English Reformation in the sixteenth-century, when Henry VIII removed the Church of England from the jurisdiction of the Pope and the Crown took control of the life of the church.
  • A nice 4mm thick and substantial 9ct yellow gold bracelet charm, also perfect to wear as a pendant . THE STAR OF DAVID Magen David:- The evolution of the six-pointed Jewish star, "The Magen David” literally the shield of David, also known as the hexagram, or more rarely, Solomon’s Seal, is long and complex. It is now the most common and universally recognized sign of Judaism and Jewish identity, both within and outside of the Jewish community. ʃəˈlɒm. Shalom.
  • This 9ct yellow gold stork charm, is a detailed charm with a separate dangling baby in a little cloth bundle, hanging from the beak. Measuring 16mm by 15mm, including the jump ring for easy attachment and can be used either as a charm for a bracelet or on one of our lovely chains as a pendant. The perfect gift for a new mum or to celebrate a Christening.
  • This graceful looking Terrier charm is crafted in solid 9ct yellow gold with an engraved finish to simulate the fur. Looks great hanging from a bracelet, the ideal gift for all you dog lovers out there. A Terrier is a dog of any one of many breeds or land-races of terrier type,which are typically small, wiry,very active and fearless dogs. The Welsh terrier is a dog that was originally bred for hunting but during the last century it has mainly been bred for showing. Despite this,it has retained its terrier strength of character. The Welsh Terrier originates from wales and has been claimed to be the oldest existing dog breed in the UK. The Welsh Terrier closely resembles a compact Airedale Terrier.
  • This beautiful London landmark of Tower bridge is cast in solid 9ct gold. London charm:- the perfect gift to take home for your loved one. Tower Bridge is the name of a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London. It has been constructed over the River Thames and is sited next to the Tower of London, from which it got its name. Tower Bridge comprises of two towers, with two horizontal walkways. It is one of the many London bridges owned and maintained by the City Bridge Trust, a charitable trust managed by the City of London Corporation. Completed in 1894, the bridge was believed to be one of the greatest engineering marvels of its age. Rumour has it that US businessman Robert P McCulloch bought London bridge and reconstructed it in lake Havasu City in Arizona, mistaking it for Tower Bridge. Apparently there is no evidence that he mistook his acquisition for Tower Bridge, a rumour that the American always denied (although to be fair most people would).
  • The invention of the sewing machine was a godsend. A charming gift for any one with an interest in fashion design or in the clothing industry, who without the invention of the sewing machine would have had a much harder life. “Back in the day ” the sewing machine was also the first home appliance, which could provide the family with income in times of need. The sewing machine often made the difference between abject poverty and survival for many families.
  • The Madonna (Virgin Mary) or holy Mary. This lovely round virgin Mary charm will make a perfect gift for a christening, confirmation, or for a pendant on one of our beautiful neck chains. In Christianity, Mary is commonly referred to as the Virgin Mary, in accordance with the belief that she conceived Jesus miraculously through the Holy Spirit without her husband's involvement. Mary was a young girl, probably only about 12 or 13 years old when the angel Gabriel came to her. She had recently become engaged to a carpenter named Joseph. Mary was an ordinary Jewish girl, looking forward to marriage. Suddenly her life would forever be changed. Mary was fearful and troubled in the presence of the angel. She could never have expected to hear the most incredible news — that she would have a child, and her son would be the Messiah. Although she could not comprehend how she would conceive the Savior, she responded to God with belief and obedience. Although Mary's life held great honour, her calling would demand great suffering as well. Just as there is pain in childbirth and motherhood, there would be much pain in the privilege of being the mother of the Messiah. Measuring approximately 12mm x 12mm and 1.4mm thick. This beautiful medallion is made in Italy and is suitable to be used either as a pendant or a charm on a bracelet. The front has a Matt finish and the back has a highly polished finish,suitable for engraving. To view the pendant with our beautiful neck chain please click on the picture below.
  • Make her day even more special with this beautiful memento of your wedding day. The polished base can be engraved with a date or special message she can have with her forever. Would also make a great anniversary gift. Crafted in 9ct yellow gold. Also avalible in 9ct white and 9ct rose gold, please click on pictures below for details.
  • Although an integral part of the United Kingdom, Wales is not represented on the national flag, or Union Flag, more popularly known as the Union Jack. The proud and ancient battle standard of the Welsh is The Red Dragon (Y Ddraig Goch) and consists of a red dragon, passant (standing with one foot raised), on a green and white background. As with any ancient symbol, the appearance of the dragon has been adapted and changed over the years, and hence several different variations exist. The current flag was officially adopted in 1959, and is based on an old royal badge used by British kings and queens since Tudor times. The red dragon itself has been associated with Wales for centuries, and as such, the flag is claimed to be the oldest national flag still in use. As the national flag of Wales, the red dragon appears to have regained popularity in the early part of the twentieth century, when it was used for the 1911 Caernarfon Investiture of Edward, Prince of Wales. It wasn’t until 1959 however, that it became officially recognised as the national flag of the principality. The Red Dragon now flies proudly over public and private buildings throughout Wales, and thousands still cross the border into England every other year, when the two nations meet for their ‘historic struggle’ on the rugby battlefield known as Twickenham. Welshmen, women and children carrying the dragon as a symbol of pride in their history and culture.
  • Why not make her wish come true with a gift of this gorgeous 9ct solid yellow gold wishing well charm. Wishing well, is a term from European folklore to describe a well, where it was thought that any spoken wish would be granted. The belief that a wish would be granted came from the idea that water had been placed there as a gift from the gods, since water was a source of life and often a scarce commodity. The tradition of dropping pennies in wells and fountains stems from this. Coins would be placed there as gifts for the gods to show appreciation.
  • This equestrian pendant/charm is crafted in real silver, consisting of a stirrup, ridding crop and helmet in 3D showing on both sides. The perfect gift for someone who loves horse riding or just adores horses. Also suitable for wearing on a chain as a pendant.