The thing you need on your bracelet are spacers. Spacers fit in between the charms on your bracelet and they add diversity, dimension, and a little bit of extra shine to your favorite new piece of jewelry. They function to separate occurring themes on your bracelet. Don't think that you can't choose a gold spacer because you have a silver base bracelet. Although they say you should never mix metals, it's totally okay to do it on one of these new charm bracelets. Spacers can cost from fifteen dollars to sixty five dollars for a silver one, and seventy five to two hundred dollars for a gold one.
You're not done! Now you get to choose your charms. Picking your charms is the best part of the process, isn't it? There is literally a charm for everyone. From teachers, to nurses, to doctors, to anyone in any profession across the globe, there's a charm. Gold charms are around one hundred and eighty dollars, and silver charms range from fifteen to eighty dollars. You can also purchase glass bead charms with gold or silver trim. The gold trimmed beads are around one hundred and eighty dollars, while the silver trimmed beads are around thirty dollars.