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Pink Charms


Welcome to our pink charms page.

Charms come on all shapes and sizes and here you can choose from our ranges of charms for bracelets and necklaces.

All of our jewellery comes with free delivery, and we also offer a gift wrapping service to make your charms all the more appealing.

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More about the colour Pink


The colour pink is representative of happiness and is sometimes seen as lighthearted and gives a sensual and passionate feeling without being too aggressive. Some brighter shades of pink are considered youthful, fun and exciting whilst more vibrant pinks have the same high energy as red.

Pinks can have an affect on us physically and mentally to stimulates energy, and improve respiration, the heartbeat, and pulse rate, as well as encourages action and confidence.

All the shades of pink become more sophisticated when combined with black, gray or medium to darker shades of blue, and a combination of dark green with pink is also an incredibly smart looking match.

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More about Charms


Charms are the latest additions to the Sundari family of jewellery. We have an extensive knowledge of gemstones so we have decided to introduce a new range of charms using a very wide variety of semi-precious gemstones such as amethyst, garnet, black onyx, rose quartz, and labradorite. And, as well as gemstone charms we have also released a range of plain sterling silver charms that feature intriguing designs like letters, animals, plants, and fashion accessories.

Of course all or our charms are sold at very competitive prices and in many cases you can purchase a full range of charms with a silver bracelet for less than other stores would sell individual charms. This then gives you the opportunity to be far more versatile when accessorising your outifts.

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