Locket Floating Charms – The Bow Charm

Locket floating charms come in many different designs, from hearts and crowns to letters and baby feet. In this post, we are going to take a look at the bow charm in particular. This is a popular choice, but what does it actually signify? Read on to find out all you need to know.

Historically, girls and women have worn bows in their hair or on their clothes as a sign of femininity. Bows not only symbolise femininity, though. These charms are a representation of union, beauty, love, strength and remembrance. Therefore, not only do they look incredible when combined with charms in a feminine style of memory locket, but they can also be used for a remembrance charm. You could combine it with a handmade charm featuring cremation ash, keeping your loved one close to your heart at all times. It is also important to focus on the knot of the bow, which is both functional and decorative. Knots and bows are ancient symbols and they have strong ties to beauty, loyalty, unions and strength. The colour of the bow also plays an influence when it comes to its symbolism. By opting for sterling silver bow floating locket charms, you have something that represents innocence and purity – a beautiful message. If the bow were red, it would have an entirely different meaning: one that is associated with victory, sexiness and sophistication. Hopefully, this will point you in the direction of the sort of bow charm you should be seeking for your necklace.

At Encanto Jewellery, we have a broad assortment of locket floating charms for sale, including silver bow charms. All of our charms are made from sterling silver and are embellished with sparkling Swarovski crystal. They also come in a unique bag box. For more information about the jewellery we have available, simply head to our website: https://encantojewellery.co.uk.