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Jack Russell Charms and Charm Bracelets

Posted on: October 9, 2008

Jack Russell Charm


This Jack Russell Terrier photograph Italian charm from the Canine Collection bracelet Link has a cute red background with a little Jack Russell wagging its tail from behind in a small paw print in the upper right-hand corner.  Because the Jack Russell has its back facing the viewer of the charm it captures the essence of the stubborn little creature that everyone loves so much. Crafted from fine stainless steel, this Italian charm will get anyone’s attention especially paired with other Italian charms such as hearts or paw prints or small bones.  Give them as gifts or for that person who just loves the Jack Russell and they will love to show it off in their Italian charm bracelet.




Solid Sterling Silver Jack Russell Terrier Charm


The solid sterling silver Jack Russell terrier charm is a tiny charm you can wear on the charm bracelet or alone on a long silver necklace.  When the light catches this shiny silver Jack Russell charm it reflects a rainbow of colors and shows off your love for the breed.  The charm is cast so that the dog looks as if it is prancing in its proud “look at me way” that this breed is known for.


Any Jack Russell owner would love to have one of these cute little solid sterling silver Jack Russell terrier charms to add to their collection of breed dogs on the charm bracelet that dangles and clinks along as you move; or as a single centerpiece of a long silver chain around your neck to where the light catches it and shows off the rainbow colors


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