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Get into the Halloween spirit with this enchanting collection of freestanding lace charms. Each one is perfectly spooky while also being perfectly adorable.
Luminous and iconic, Mickey Mouse silhouettes in mother of pearl are expertly set in the sterling silver of this elegant charm. A classic treasure for your Disney jewellery collection.
Think of charms in opalescent, royal and Swiss blues sparkling on a wrist that's handing over brightly wrapped gifts to excited children.
Each set can be made unique by the purchaser by selecting from a range of options including whether to have a plain or Swarovski embellished locket, the colour of the additional crystals that are included in the gift for free, and the additional 3rd charm that can be added to the set.
Arthur's charms, in this charmless age, are curious indeed.
These days, in addition to the old-school charms, Mr.
Audrey Lauro, 63, bought the loom band charms from The Entertainer in Captain Cook Square Middlesbrough, for granddaughter Francesca Lauro, nine.
The Entertainer, who have outlets in Glasgow's Buchanan Galleries and Livingston, said the charms could contain phthalates, which can disrupt hormones in children.
The Entertainer said in a statement that the charms had ndn now been withdrawn from its 91 nationwide stores.
The Entertainer said the charms could contain phthalates, which can disrupt hormones in children.