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UK PANDORA Traveller's Talisman Bracelet Cheap Sale



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UK PANDORA Traveller's Talisman Bracelet Cheap Sale

1 x 590702HV Silver Bracelet with Pandora Clasp

1 x 791715CZ Guardian of Travel CZ Hanging Charm

This Completed Traveller's Talisman Bracelet consists of PANDORA’s classic, patented Charm Bracelet, crafted and hand-finished in Sterling Silver. The classic snake chain charm Bracelet features a  clasp of polished Sterling Silver with the iconic PANDORA logo engraved on it and is a great way to start someone on their own PANDORA journey.

The Sterling Silver St Christopher dangle Charm features St Christopher on the front of the disc and the words 'St Christopher Protect Me' on the reverse side; wear as a talisman of protection and love.

Celebrate a forthcoming trip or adventure; this PANDORA Bracelet would make the perfect gift for Gap Year travellers and Globe Trotters, to show your love, or to start someone on their own PANDORA journey.

St Christopher has long been considered the Patron Saint of Travel, or the Guardian of Travel. Christopher's original name was Offero. Born in Canaan. His patronage arises from a 13th century legend about a giant man who lived alone along the bank of a raging river. He would help travellers to cross the river in safety.  According to legend, one day when he was carrying a little child over a river, he felt the child's weight almost too great to bear. When they arrived on the other side, the child revealed himself as Christ, and explained he was so heavy because he bore the weight of the world. Some versions of the legend say the Christ-Child Himself baptized Offero with water from the stream. The saint then took a new name: Christopher meaning Christ-bearer. Christopher's service at the stream led to his patronage of things related to travel and people who carry things.

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