Waterfowl Bird Sterling Silver Charms


Waterfowl Bird Charms

Xinar.com’s growing collection of 925 sterling silver waterfowl bird charms are the best on the net, and our endless list of happy customers is a testament to our commitment to bringing you the best silver charms all year long.

Xinar.com has been selling sterling silver charms for over twenty years, and within this time, we have mastered what DIY crafters and jewelry designers need to make the best jewelry with both modern and vintage aesthetics.

Our waterfowl bird charms collection includes well-loved symbols of domestic life, nature, and more. Select from an assortment of beautifully-detailed 3D charms, including flamingo charms, flying goose charm, walking duck charm, and more. We also have rarer bird charms like pelican charms, loon charms, and heron charms.

Xinar.com only sells lead-free, nickel-free, and hypoallergenic bird charms, so you can be assured that you or anyone wearing your charms won’t have any issues wearing these. In addition, our charms are locally-sourced (proudly made in the USA), with the highest quality ratings per FTC standards.

What Do Birds Symbolize?


What is the spiritual meaning of the flamingo? In general, flamingos are considered to be very positive spiritual symbols. When the lovely flamingo spirit animal calls to you, you are being reminded to celebrate the beauty, romance, and fun in life. The flamingo reminds you not to get too caught up in life’s day-to-day responsibilities at the expense of feeling joy and recognizing the finer things in life. The flamingo is a powerful symbol for acknowledging the charm and beauty in life.


As the duck floats freely on the waters, so must you have confidence in your destiny and take charge of your life, letting go of insignificant things from the past. The duck symbolizes clarity, family, love, vigilance, intuition, nurturing, protection, feelings, self-expression, balance, adaptation, grace, and strength. Duck symbolism is closely connected to water symbolism, mystery, magic, and inspiration.

The duck spirit animal appears when you require connecting to your feelings and making heart-based decisions, for it is a symbol of intuition and vigilance. But, on the other hand, its silliness brings happiness and laughter to people, and its nurturing nature offers love and understanding in families and communities.

The male duck is a figure of happiness and joy, while the female is negative and sad. These two aspects of the same animal symbolize the balance and incredibly emotional balance that this spirit animal offers and teaches us.


Pelicans are instinctive nurturers and are, first and foremost, symbolic of sacrifice and generosity. These birds can prick their chest to feed their babies their blood for nourishment, which is an act so pious it makes them almost divine. Pelicans have a famous limerick attached to them, which states that the large pouch of their beak can hold more than their belly. These considerable water birds are skilled fliers as well as swimmers. In addition to the avian world, they’ve also built a name for themselves in the spiritual world. In some cultures, pelicans are also symbolic of the afterlife and protect the deceased souls on the path to the underworld.


Said to be prophetic, the swan can predict its death. This has given rise to the legend of the swan song. Christians also believe that the mournful swan song could be the cries of Jesus as He was crucified upon the cross. The meaning of a swan is grace, beauty, love, trust, and loyalty. Swan symbolism is also linked to inner beauty and self-love. A pair of swans represent soul mates for life. We hope this guide on swan symbolism helps you decipher your swan meaning so you can get in touch with your powerful inner beauty and love yourself more deeply.


The seagull is the first symbol Chekhov used to title a play, written before The Cherry Orchard. The image of the seagull changes meaning throughout the play. First, in Act One, Nina uses a seagull to describe how she is drawn to the lake of her childhood home and her neighbors on Sorin’s estate. In this case, the seagull represents freedom and security. Then, the seagull changes its meaning from freedom and carefree security to destruction at the hands of a loved one. It symbolizes freedom at first and then dependence. The seagull also serves as a foreshadowing device. Nina fulfills Trigorin’s prophesy of destroying her just like the seagull, and Treplev kills himself in Nina’s honor at the end of the play when she still does not love him.


The goose carries some exciting meanings. Even if it might appear to be an inconspicuous animal, it can teach us several lessons that we can take to improve our lives. The symbolism of geese is closely connected to the animal’s long history – it’s been on our planet for more than 12 million years.

Furthermore, it’s interesting to observe the behavior of geese and how it affects their symbolism. They’re very focused on comradeship and companionship, as they’ll defend and stand by their friends until they die. We’ll also take a “gander” at what the goose offers to us as a spirit animal. One of the primary meanings of the goose as a spirit animal is to follow your family and never forget your roots.


Newborn babies are often depicted with a somewhat incongruous creature: a long-legged, sharp-beaked bird known as a stork. The image of this bird — usually with a cloth bundle dangling from its beak — has become so intertwined with infants that we barely question the stork’s ubiquitous presence on well-wishers’ cards, baby clothes, and blankets. But, like any myth, its origins are hard to trace, especially since this one spans the globe, appearing in folklore from Europe, the Americas, North Africa, and the Middle East.

Many popular accounts trace the myth back to ancient Greece and the story of a vengeful goddess named Hera.

According to this story, Hera grew jealous of a beautiful queen named Gerana and transformed her into a stork. The heartbroken Gerana then sought to retrieve her child from Hera’s clutches, and the Greeks depicted the transformed bird with a baby dangling from its beak.

Whatever the origins of the myth, historians tend to agree that the idea of the baby-bringing stork was most firmly established in northern Europe, particularly Germany and Norway. During the Pagan era, which can be traced back at least to medieval times more than 600 years ago, it was common for couples to wed during the annual summer solstice because summer was associated with fertility. At the same time, storks would commence their annual migration, flying from Europe to Africa. The birds would then return the following spring — precisely nine months later.

Waterfowl Bird Sterling Silver Charms

Xinar.com's growing collection of 925 sterling silver waterfowl bird charms are the best on the net.

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Waterfowl Bird Sterling Silver Charms

Xinar.com's growing collection of 925 sterling silver waterfowl bird charms are the best on the net.

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