Rose Bud Charm, Sterling Silver
Rose Bud Charm, Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Miniature Rosebud Charm, Small Rose Jewelry

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Part Number:SE-2020

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Charm with Jump Ring Only
on 16" SS Chain & Boxed [+$14.00]
on 18" SS Chain & Boxed [+$16.00]
Single Sterling Earring [+$3.00]
Need Small Rose Charms for your Floral Jewelry Designs, or for your Charm Bracelet? These 3-Dimensional Rosebud Charms are hand-cast in Solid .925 Sterling Silver here in the USA by the Lost Wax Casting Process, and measure approximately 8mm tall x 6mm wide. These flower charms also make darling children's earrings -- Some designers also use them as Jewelry Tags.

Small Rose Charms | Miniature Rosebud Charms
Overall Size : 8mm x 6mm x 3mm = ~5/16" x 1/4"
Metal : .925 Solid Sterling Silver
Flower Jewelry - Made in the USA
Charm measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
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Roses, one of the earliest flowers known to man, symbolize love, magic, hope, and passion. Fossil evidence shows that roses have existed since prehistoric times. The first cultivated roses appeared in Asian gardens more than 5,000 years ago. The rose represents ultimate beauty and perfection. The name "rose" comes from the Latin word rosa, which means 'red', but roses come in many different colors. The Greeks associated roses with the blood of Aphrodite's beloved Adonis.The Romans believed white roses grew where the tears of Venus fell, as she mourned the loss of her beloved Adonis. Her son Cupid, while being stung by a bee, shot arrows in the rose garden. The sting of the arrows became thorns. Venus pricked her foot on a thorn, and the droplets of blood dyed the roses red. Romans used so many roses in feasts and parties that there is at least one case of guests being suffocated by rose petals falling from the ceiling. The yellow rose meant infidelity and jealousy in Roman times, but today often means friendship.