Enameled Snowman Charm Sterling Silver Xinar.com
Enameled Snowman Charm, Sterling Silver 5/8″ x 1″, Flat backcasting. Excellent addition to a Holiday Bracelet or Jewelry Collection.
While Xinar has plenty of cute Christmas charms, we think that our silver Enameled Snowman Charm is one of the cutest (and best!), and we also believe that it’s time that you brought him home! This little dude measures 5/8″ x 1″ (he’s a giant snowman, we know) and is a flat-back casting by one of the most consistent silver casters in the US. In addition, we source only the best sterling silver charms from US manufacturers, and we can guarantee that Mr. Snowman here, as well as our other holiday charms, are all nickel-free and lead-free.
What does this mean? For one, actual nickel-free silver will not cause itching, weal, and rashes in people who are allergic to this common metal. Therefore, it’s essential to craft only with truly nickel-free silver (if this is your goal) based on FTC guidelines.
Yes, the definition and specifications of nickel-free metals are legally regulated in the United States. However, if you don’t want any headaches and like buying local, Xinar.com’s extensive inventory of jewelry-making supplies is here to help. Since the nineties, we have been selling jewelry-making supplies on the net, and we are even more committed today to bringing you the best beads, findings, and sterling silver charms for your jewelry creations.
What Do Snowmen Symbolize in Christmas?
The snowman is one of the most well-known Christmas icons. We see various varieties of this beloved creature throughout the season, and even in hotter areas, the snowman is appreciated. Following the first snowfalls of the winter season, those who grew up in Canada have all relished building a snowman with our loved ones and adding extra details to our masterpiece.
The snowman has been bringing a grin to our faces for millennia!
When we think of a snowman, we usually envision three snowballs placed on top of each other, with a motley assortment of other objects like a stiff carrot, coal, branches and a top hat. But, today, we witness a plethora of different versions of this endearing character.
Unfortunately, the origins of the snowman are unknown. Although it is unknown who created the first snowman, it has been suggested that likenesses of this iconic emblem of Christmas and the winter season date back to the Middle Ages.
Snowmen and their likenesses have existed for ages and have appealed to people of all cultures. By the Victorian era, the snowmen had become a well-known Christmas figure. Thousands of depictions, ranging from paintings to greeting cards to ads, may be discovered during this period. There is a lot of variety amongst these depictions, but it’s undeniable that it’s our icy pal.
The twentieth century cemented the snowman’s iconic position with “Frosty the Snowman,” which has become one of the most popular Christmas carols. Steve Edward Nelson and Walter “Jack” Rollins collaborated on the script. It was sung by Gene Autry in 1950 and has since become a Christmas classic. Every time we hear the music on the radio, and over sixty years after the single’s release, we can all still remember the lyrics quickly, and many of us even sing it in the car. The massive list of other musicians who have recorded the song since then, adding their twists and making it new for each generation, attests to its enormous appeal.
• Purity -925 Silver Charm
• Size 5/8″ x 1″
• 2.0 grams each
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included