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If you are a Pandora charm lover, chances are you already know how wide the variety of Pandora charm categories is. A few examples of which are the complete set of birthstone charms, animal charms, over fifty types of flowers charms, food and drink related charms, alphabet charms, holiday charms, birthday charms and love charms. The few mentioned are just the ones most popularly bought by the consumers. There may be a charm that falls into two categories like the birthday cake for example. It falls under the birthday charms and the food and drink related charms.

The charms may also be categorized by the material it was made. The two most common metals used to create Pandora charms are sterling silver and 14 karat gold. Other materials used are enamel, Murano glass and precious and semi-precious stones and beads.

The most expensive material that is used in the Pandora charm is gold, naturally. The Puffy Heart Charm is probably one of the most expensive charms there is, being made from gold including a diamond inset. Cheaper versions of which are already available in the market having ruby or sapphire inset instead of diamond.

Holiday charms are popular gift items. To be able to keep up with market demand, two new Pandora charms are released at least twice a year. The charms are perfect presents any time of the year. If you are feeling festive yourself, you can even buy one and start your own collection.

Alphabet beads are a favorite among Pandora jewelry fans out there. They can separately buy the alphabet they need and spell out their names or the name of their loved one. You can also put initials of your college, your favorite football team or your own initials as well. Others just spell out words that means to them such as “love” or “peace”.

From the new releases of Pandora charms designs, the grapes in the food category are making a big hit. It is made from sterling silver so it is very affordable. The charm is designed as a grape cluster with hanging vine complete with a semi-precious stone hanging from the vine. The purple versions use Amethyst while the green grapes use green Peridot.

Source by Jack M Kramer

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