Gift Charm Sterling Silver


Gift Charm. Detailed sterling silver charm, made in the USA, 1/2″ x 5/8″ , 3-D casting. A great charm for birthday or holiday jewelry designs.

If you love gift charms, you’re going to love this unique Christmas charm from Xinar’s square Gift Charm is a highly-detailed three-dimensional (3D) casting appropriate for birthday jewelry, holiday jewelry, and Christmas jewelry (of course!) It measures ½” x 5/8″ and comes with a jump ring for fast attachment to any jewelry. Xinar guarantees that its sterling silver charms are entirely lead-free and nickel-free. Never worry about triggering allergies in people who wear your jewelry creations. If you love this charm, please don’t forget to share it with your friends. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us today!

What Do Gifts Symbolize in Christmas?

The origins of gift-giving can be traced back to pagan winter rituals. The motivation for giving presents was redirected to the Three Wise Men or the Magi, who delivered gifts to the infant Jesus. However, it had its origins in Christmas begging in early modern Europe. Christmas back then had little in common with the family-oriented celebration we have now. Historically, bands of young men (frequently unruly) would “wassail” from house to house during the holiday season, demanding contributions from the nobility. Thus, during the Christmas season, there was a cross-class exchange.

When Christmas was domesticated in the United States in the 1800s, however, the recipients of gifts switched from the lower classes to children, who were given gifts by variations of Santa Claus. At this point, a marketing opportunity arose, resulting in the Santa-in-the-shopping-mall phenomena we know today.

Like so many other Christmas customs, Carols have their origins in pagan rituals that the embryonic Christian Church appropriated when it declared Christmas to be the celebration of Christ Jesus’ birth in the fourth century. The original carols were liturgical hymns that had little in common with today’s carols. At the same time, in early modern Europe, the practice of “wassailing” gave rise to the door-to-door phenomena – despite the Puritans’ rejection of it as a sin because it was connected with heavy drinking and rowdiness. The Victorian Era saw the growth of peaceful, “modern” hymn singing, whether in church or on the streets.


• Purity – 925 Silver Charm
• Size – 1/2″ x 5/8″
• Weight – 3.3 grams
• 3-D
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included


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