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You should expect to find the latest Pandora Fall 2010 charm beads in stores this coming September. Usually Pandora Charms has two main releases of new charms, Spring and Fall, with their Fall release usually seeming to be the more major of the two. Perhaps it is because Christmas is not that far away, or maybe with winter setting in people begin to think of what they can buy for inspiration to see them through the upcoming long, cold winter. Whatever the reason, there is usually a lot more hype and excitement surrounding the Fall releases than the Spring release.

There are also charms released at other times throughout the year. For example, recently some new enamel beads were released, and a little earlier, though some time after the spring beads, some new Murano beads. Often there will also be a special charm released to commemorate a special holiday, such as Mother’s Day, Easter or Valentine ‘s Day for example.

If you want to keep up with the latest news on Pandora jewelry you can always check out Pandora Jewelry’s Facebook page. They keep it updated with announcement of new charms or other jewelry that is being released. Most jewelry shops that carry this line also have a Facebook page; at least the larger jewelry stores seem to, and they will also let people know when Pandora charms are expected in their shops. If there is a jewelry shop that carries this line of jewelry it is good to bookmark their Facebook page as they will also often announce special deals or sales that they are having in advance; giving you plenty of time to plan ahead and either save up your own money or make your request known to your significant other, especially if your birthday, anniversary or a special holiday is coming up.

As to be expected, with the latest release there will be a collection of gold, silver, gold and silver combination, and murano glass beads. Some are more generic in nature, a round or spherical charm with some kind of stone set in it. Others are detailed charms, such as the ‘cow’ charm or the silver ‘witch on a broomstick’ charm, both of which will be in the stores this September.

As far as pricing goes, usually the pure gold charms are the most expensive especially if they are set with a diamond or another precious stone. The sterling silver charms with gold are cheaper, but usually quite a bit more expensive than either the Sterling Silver, Murano glass or enamel charms. Whatever your personal preference, you can be sure that there will be something suited to your taste in the upcoming September 2010 release.

Source by Susan Westingham

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