Return To Charm

$40.00

Select a Metal: Sterling Silver

  • Sterling Silver

In Stock

Personalization Options

Express yourself by adding charms or engraving with our fun interactive tool. Additional business days required for assembly and delivery.

This little charm does more than show your love for James Avery Jewelry. Engrave your phone number or e-mail address to help misplaced heirloom bracelets and favorite pieces find their way home.

Product Specifications:
  • Sterling Silver
  • 5/8" long
CM-3359

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4 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    ADORABLE ^_^

    What an appropriate, fun, and iconic addition to my charms collection! To personalize, I engraved my social media moniker and instagram handle after "return to" on the back. Having a hard time deciding on which of my 5 charm bracelets to solder it to first or should I wear as a pendant for now =) Or... buy some more.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    GREAT IDEA!!!

    I ordered this for one of my treasured charm bracelets and plan to order another soon. It has my name and the area I live in along with my phone number. I feel so much better knowing it is on my bracelet. I do wish it was a bit larger so that the engraving would show a little better though. It definitely is not my biggest charm so there is some room to make it a little larger. Love my James Avery!

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Adding to Theresa suggestion!

    I absolutely Love this dea. Showing your love for James Avery and a way to let finders know who your keepsake belongs to. I would also like to suggest a microchip in the charm to allow customers to track there treasured keepsakes in case of theft or misplacement. Similar to Ipads and cell phones.Of course we would have the option to opt-out, similiar to the extra charge of engraving.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Suggestion?

    This is absolutely a great idea. My suggestion is: you should have a link to register the customer's bracelet (the charm) and the computer can give it a number instead of putting their personal info on it. And if lost, the customer can go online to report/or get info if found.
    Of course you would still charge to engrave the numbers. But this way customers info is secure. .....just a suggestion