Svane & Luhrs Spring 2015 Charms Preview

This charm jewellery blog brings a preview of the new Svane & Luhrs Spring 2015 charms, underpinning by a fabulous Nordic theme.

Last week I offered a preview of the new Svane & Luhrs Spring 2015 bracelets. They release from the super on trend pieces such as marsala, through to more classic season colours like the grass green.

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Naturally they’ve also released an assortment of new charms and complementary jewellery pieces and today I want to focus on the charms. There’s a couple of underlying themes running through the release. Firstly is that of motherhood and there’s a small series of mom and baby charms featuring pale blue or pink stones. Second is a line of Nordic inspired charms which particularly appeal to me and while it’s natural inspiration for a Danish based brand, it has pop culture appeal at present due to the popularity of hit TV series Vikings.

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First up is the series of Svane & Luhrs Mom with Baby charm. They’re spherical, sparkling ball charms with a central stone in either rose pink or pale blue. As usual there are multiple finishes offered with the pink version available in silver, gold plated, rose gold plated or blackened rhodium plated. The blue is offered in all minus the rose gold. Each retails at €46.

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Continuing the theme of motherhood comes three sets of tube charms depicting a little girl, little boy and then both together. The stock images for these charms haven’t done justice to the designs and I’ll be offering my own live images of these at a later date. The boy has a small hat, the girl pigtails and the third charm combines the two. Again they’re offered in silver, gold plated, rose gold plated or blackened rhodium plated options with each retailing at €46.

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I mentioned the Nordic charms and these really appeal to me. They range from some beautiful scroll work through to some extremely ornate designs. Heidi has focussed on the traditional silver and gold plated finishes for this line which feels apt for the period.

The first charm featured below is a focal piece featuring a lovely scrolling design with a central flower. I’m assuming it’s a daisy for the national flower of Denmark. It’s retailing at €53.

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The second features the same beautiful ornate design but without the central flower. It has a recommended retail price of €53.

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Two slightly smaller versions also debut, each retailing at €46.

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The next charms take form of a more medallion style with the first depicting a floral motif. It’s retailing at €53.

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One of my personal favourites is the new Svane & Luhrs Nordic Heart charm. It’s so beautifully ornate yet Heidi has captured the period perfectly. It’s retailing at €53.

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The next two designs are round and the first is very reminiscent for me of some type of shield (perfect for my current Viking obsession!) The second reminds me of a very traditional brooch or some kind of clip used to hold closed a cloak. Both retail at €53.

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The final Nordic charm comes by way of a ball heart charm with repeating designs around the surface. It’s retailing at €46.

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The next three charms are all flower in design, making them ideal for the spring season. All of the charms pictured below are retailing at €46.

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The final charm is the lovely Svane & Luhrs Three Bands with interlocking rings of silver, gold plated and rose gold plated. It has a recommended retail price of €40.

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Svane & Luhrs Spring 2015 Charms Ordering Details

Svane & Luhrs operate their own online store with global shipping originating in Denmark. The website is in English and the team there are all fluent so ordering is no problem.

Svane & Luhrs Spring 2015 Charms Summary

That concludes the preview of the new Svane & Luhrs charms for spring 2015. It’s not a huge release but the designs are strong and I’d rather that than a huge collection. I’ve already taken delivery of some of the new products (including that amazing marsala bracelet) so I’ll be photographing and reviewing in the coming weeks.

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Svane & Luhrs Spring 2015 charms? Are you tempted by any of these new designs? Hit the comments and let me know!

Comments
  1. Vanessa

    I am wondering if I can put these onto Trollbeads bracelet.

    • endangeredtrolls

      You can but the cores are much larger than Trollbeads so they might look a little bit strange.

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