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Pandora launches a new collection featuring Harry Potter

02 december 2019

Pandora in partnership with Warner Bros has announced its new collection of hand-finished charms, pendants and a bracelet inspired by iconic characters and symbols from the Harry Potter films, says the company. 

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Image credit: Pandora


Pandora’s Chief Creative and Brand Officer Stephen Fairchild says of the collection: “Through our Harry Potter-inspired jewellery, Pandora and Harry Potter fans can express their love for magic, fantasy, bravery and the power of friendship. Pandora fans have asked for this collection for years, and we are really excited that it is here.”
The collection will consist of 12 hand-finished products, including a Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry charm, a Dobby the House Elf charm and a Hogwarts Express charm as well as all four Hogwarts house charms.
Within the collection is also a Golden Snitch bangle.
It is available in stores from November 28.

Victoria Quiri, Correspondent of the European Bureau, Rough&Polished, Strasbourg