Zodiac & Celestial Charms


Zodiac & Celestial Charms

Impress family, friends, and customers with the most beautiful zodiac and celestial charms in sterling silver! Xinar has been selling 925 sterling silver charms for over twenty years, and we fully support the artistic tastes and creativity of DIY crafters and designers from all over.

Our collection of zodiac charms for jewelry making is not only extensive – it is also unique as it contains a variety of designs, not just the classic look for zodiac signs charm. Any designer or crafter would be delighted to have these zodiac necklace charms in their stash – they’re lovely and perfect even for the most discerning crafters.

We also have charms for celestial necklaces channel the power of the heavens through your celestial jewelry and bring joy to people who will wear your jewelry. A celestial charm necklace is a perfect gift for any occasion and anyone, regardless of age, sex, or even culture.

And should you need additional jewelry-making supplies, all you need to do is explore the menu above – we have beads, findings, and charms for every occasion. Our beads and findings collections are also available in other semiprecious metals like rose gold-filled, gold-filled, sterling silver, and genuine copper.

Xinar’s zodiac charms for jewelry making are lead-free and nickel-free as per FTC standards and will not cause allergies or itching.

Xinar’s celestial charms are cute and well-detailed, with the right symmetries and presentations for various jewelry-making projects. Enhance your designs with nautical stars, star clusters, solar system charms, and more.

Blessed are those who know their fates – the zodiacs smile upon you! Xinar’s zodiac charms for jewelry-making collection contains everything you need to get started with zodiac-themed jewelry. Build stunning zodiac charm bracelets, necklaces, and other crafts with as many charms as you need. There is never a shortage of these genuine sterling silver zodiac charms on Xinar, so collect as many as you like and craft until you are satisfied.

How Did Humans Determine the Zodiac Signs?

The 12 constellations of the zodiac, which make up a horoscope, are closely linked to the motion of the Earth through space. These symbols are derived from the constellations that depict the apparent path taken by the sun throughout the year.

You might assume that the dates in a horoscope correspond to the times when the sun passes through each constellation. However, this assumption is incorrect. Astrology and astronomy are separate systems, so they don’t always agree. In addition, a closer look at the Earth, sun, and star movements reveals the zodiac to be more complex than you might expect!

The sun appears to pass before different constellations as the Earth orbits the sun. As a result, the sun’s position about distant background stars varies from day to day, much like how the moon appears in a different spot in the sky each night. The sun isn’t circling the Earth. Instead, the Earth’s motion around our star causes it to appear to be moving.

Constellations appear in front of or “in” the sun over a year. During Gemini month, the sun is visible; during Cancer month, it is not. According to the newspaper’s horoscope, the dates listed indicate when the sun will be in each sign of the zodiac. For example, the period between March 21 and April 19 is reserved for the sign Aries. It’s important to note that your astrological sign doesn’t necessarily tell you what constellation your sun was in on your birthday.

We need to know more about how the Earth rotates to determine why the constellations are no longer aligned with their corresponding zodiac signs. In addition, we must address the issue of how we gauge the passage of time.

The sun and stars provide a shaky frame of reference for measuring time, making it even more challenging to pin down. For better or worse, our calendar is linked to the seasons. The summer solstice occurs on June 21 north of the equator, and the winter solstice occurs on December 21 south of the equator, roughly speaking. The North Pole is tilted towards the sun at solstice time.