Pandora Bracelets 101

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The addition of a Pandora freehold location has created a buzz at the Freehold Raceway Mall as it joins a litany of luxurious Pandora boutiques worldwide. With locations in Germany, Sweden, and Denmark, Pandora has gained world attention. The Pandora freehold nj location carries all the classic and trendy Pandora products customers love, especially including the highly coveted Pandora bracelet.

The Pandora Freehold staff is ready to help customers design and purchase one of their well known charm bracelets, a process resulting in jewelry as unique as you are. Here are a few tips for putting together the perfect Pandora bracelet, with the help of the Pandora Freehold experts.

Clips

Pandora bracelets use a threading system, similar to the way a nut goes onto a screw. The bracelet has one at each end, functioning as a clasp, and two toward the center that divide the bracelet into thirds. Clips can be purchased to snap over the threads and serve a dual purpose. They space out charms, helping to keep them in their own sections and keep the bracelet from stretching out.

Spacers

Each section of the bracelet will hold about five charms, not taking thickness into account. Dangling charms are quite thin and will usually allow for more than five charms in a section. Spacers can be used to fill in the gaps where another charm won’t fit, but there’s a gap. Most spacers only a third of the width of a typical charm and don’t have threading, but other spacers are slightly thicker and do have threading.

Safety Chains

Chains attach to the ends of the bracelet and help keep it on your wrist when you you unclasp it. Some of the charms have the potential to shatter when dropped, so a safety chain may be a wise choice. Safety chains can also keep charms from getting caught on the threading on the ends of the bracelet. Two types are available. One is twisted onto the bracelet threads while the other clips on.

Charms

There is a wide variety of charms, but the major categories are dangle charms, Murano beads, and standard charms. Dangle charms hang from the bracelet and come in a wide range of designs, colors, and materials. Mostly, dangle charms and standard charms are sterling silver, 14k gold, or some mixture of the two. Murano beads, on the other hand, are glass and come in a variety of colors and designs. Pandora frequently retires certain colors and designs, introducing new ones. Murano beads are a little wider, so many wearers find that they need to size up if they put too many Muranos on their bracelets. Standard charms are similar to beads and come in a variety of designs. These are frequently purchased to commemorate certain life events.

Clasps

There are two types of available clasps. Barrel clasps are easy to put on one handed, while the lobster clasp, typically found on many necklaces, is slightly more difficult to fasten alone. The bracelets come in sterling silver, oxidized silver, two tone with a gold clasp and silver bracelet, and 14K gold.

Designing the perfect bracelet is easier with a good understanding of the elements that comprise a Pandora bracelet. Many fans design bracelets along certain color or seasonal themes while others choose to add charms gradually, with each representing a particular life event. Regardless, a Pandora bracelet can be as unique as the person wearing it. Find out more about this topic here: www.pandoratowson.com

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Comments (6)

  • Grace Morris

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    I love Pandora bracelets so much! They’re more like a hobby than a fashion statement.

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  • Joel Snyder

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    My husband got me one for Christmas and has been adding a charm at every holiday.

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  • Matthew Perry

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    My husband got me one for Christmas and has been adding a charm at every holiday.

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  • Mitchell Taylor

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    My husband got me one for Christmas and has been adding a charm at every holiday.

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  • Herman Austin

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    My husband got me one for Christmas and has been adding a charm at every holiday.

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  • Stephen Cohen

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    My husband got me one for Christmas and has been adding a charm at every holiday.

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