The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
The SERENA Charms - Blackcurrantpop
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The SERENA Charms

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Welcome to BLACKCURRANT POP - Home of the Charm 🍄🍓🚢💙👠

THE SERENA CHARMS 

Our collection includes handblown glass, resin & metal charms - In the forms of some super cute fruit & veggies, vintage and retro plastic/celluloid charms, and freshwater pearls.

Choose from one single little friend or a bunch, to customise your way!
We love them stacked onto our ELLE pearl bracelets, clipped to necklaces or even attached to your shoes!

Our clasps are approx 1/5cm - 2cm long and made from GUNMETAL Stainless steel - Charm sizes vary depending on the design

Some colours and shapes may vary due to natural variances in shape & colour.

Here’s a fun fact: Swedish meatballs originated from a recipe King Charles XII brought back from Turkey in the early 1800s.