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Good Luck Charms // Orelia Jewellery

Orelia is a British brand that launched in 2007. Their items can be found in Topshop as well as on their website. They have a…


Orelia Jewellery

Orelia is a British brand that launched in 2007. Their items can be found in Topshop as well as on their website.

They have a plenty of fashion jewellery as well as a fine jewellery selection, which offers something a little more classy and expensive.

They sent me this this mini-tusk necklace and this wishbone necklace to share on my blog.

I’m quite the dreamer, so good luck charms appeal to me. I think it’s from when I used to watch The Frog Prince, a really bad 80’s movie I had on VHS. It was probably my favourite film growing up. You can actually watch it on YouTube here. Ha. It’s about a Princess who meets a frog. She has a lucky golden ball. Oh, how I wanted a lucky golden ball. There’s a song about it and everything.

So thanks to The Frog Prince, I was totally that girl who had a good luck charm through all my GSCEs, A Levels and University exams. It was one of those crocodile clips. I stole it form science in year 9. I called it Henry. I carried it everywhere.

Which is why I picked the wish-bone and the tusk. Because they’re just a bit magical, aren’t they?

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Did you have a good luck charm growing up?

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  1. Wow so gentle and beautiful necklaces :)) I will check out this brand! Just wonderful!

  2. Corrine, those necklaces are so pretty and dainty. Love the wishbone one.

    Jo | Say Cheesy Cake
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  3. They are so cute! I realy like dainty little neckalces like this! πŸ™‚ I have a really similar silver wishbone one by dogeared, although it might be a little smaller. People always smile and comment on it when they see it!

  4. These are both SO cute! I’m obsessed with their jewellery, I just bought a little gold triangle necklace from them and it hasn’t left my neck! x

    Josie’s Journal

  5. These pieces are really beautiful. I prefer simple plain jewellery to the big statement kind so I will definitely be checking out this brand!


  6. Oooh this wishbone necklace is the cutest thing! I never had a lucky charm growing up really but I had (and still have) my very first plush animal, a little duck, which I dragged around everywhere I went. It was a kind of lucky charm to me I guess πŸ™‚

  7. ah, i was looking at the wishbone one not too long ago! it’s so dainty and beautiful:-) and i like the other one as well! xx

  8. Oh the tusk necklace is beautiful, I’ve seen Orelia around before but never realised their stuff was so pretty. I had a charm bracelet when I was little, I loved it.


  9. I had a pencil. It was given to me by my favourite teacher when I was about 6 years old, it was a Wales souvenir pencil that had been sharpened with a pen knife so it wasn’t all smooth around the tip, it was jagged and edgy. I kept that thing for YEARS. It went into every new pencil case every September, but I never used it. Even when I started secondary school I had it in my blazer pocket.

    One day it ended up in my pencil case, someone asked to borrow a pencil, I had dozens in there and without thinking passed them the case, they picked out THAT pencil and put it into a pencil sharpener, smoothing it all out and making it look like any other pencil. I’d carried that little talisman around for close to 10 years, and just like that, the magic was gone.

    Sarah πŸ™‚
    Saloca in Wonderland

  10. I love that you carried a lucky charm through all those years, I used to have my mum’s crucifix in my pocket (although that feeling of dread when you think you’ve lost your lucky charm is horrific! haha). These necklaces are ridiculously perfect and absolutely what I would wear – the daintier, the better! πŸ™‚

    ps. Thank you again one million times over for taking the time to answer my questions. You were incredibly helpful and i really appreciated such thorough, honest answers to questions that were playing on my mind! πŸ™‚

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice


  11. I was sent the wishbone pendant too, I love it! Growing up my lucky charm was a gold ballerina brooch that was my mum’s when she was a dancer. xx

  12. These are so pretty, really lovely. I don’t have a good luck charm. These will look great on you πŸ™‚

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