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Image of an auctioned Harry Potter-themed charm bracelet which designed was made from Rowling's sketches by Scottish jeweller Hamilton & Inches (they also worked with Rowling for The Tales of Beedle the Bard).


THE "LUMOS MAXIMA" STERLING SILVER CHARM BRACELET WITH GOLD, DIAMONDS AND GEMS 194mm. sterling silver chain bracelet with eleven handcrafted charms including gold, diamonds and gems, a twelfth charm acts as a fastener, presented in purple silk and velvet folding box with clasp

Based on designs by author J.K. Rowling inspired by her Harry Potter books, this unique charm bracelet has been crafted by Scotland's leading jeweller and silversmiths, Hamilton & Inches, to mark five years since the publication of The Tales of Beedle the Bard and to raise funds for J.K. Rowling's children's charity Lumos. The charms comprise Harry Potter's bolt of lightning, glasses and broomstick, alongside a Golden Snitch, Dark Mark skull set with amethyst eyes, Slytherin locket, winged key, The Tales of Beedle the Bard book, sorting hat, Deathly Hallows symbol and the logo of Lumos. The bracelet fastens with a magic wand charm. J.K. Rowling notes that "the most precious charm of the lot is a little butterfly, which is the logo of Lumos, beaming with moonstones and amethysts - a symbol of transformation and liberations, of the beauty that can emerge from dark confinement".



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