The Art of Pandora has posted a look at some of the upcoming Disney charms for 2020! We have several fantastic designs coming, and even some special Parks charms.
One of the upcoming designs is a Mickey and Minnie Wedding ears set.
They look like the special occasion ears you can buy in the parks!
Mothers’s Day is coming and so is this special mother and child charm:
This charm is done in silver, but they are wearing mouse ears done in black and red enamel.
I’m really excited about the next one!
The Orange Bird!
This charm is done in silver with orange enamel. Check out the “leaves” on the bale!
Adventure is out there with the ‘Up’ Balloon charm!
We do have the prices for this one: $55 USD / £45 / €49 / $69 AUD / $60 CAD
It’s a silver bead with pops of color for the balloons.
Mickey Balloons are also coming as a charm.
We just saw them released as an Alex and Ani bracelet too.
There are three balloons done in blue, red, and yellow enamel. Like the Alex and Ani bracelet, the “strings” are made from chains.
Mickey Ice Cream Bar and Minnie Donut Charm
This charm features Disney treats. The Mickey ice cream bar is done in silver and brown “chocolate” enamel. The Minnie donut is white enamel and silver.
Mickey and Minnie Carousel Charm
Yet another new charm coming is the Mickey and Minnie Carousel charm done in silver with blue and white enamel accents.
There will be two new key charms for Shanghai Disney.
One style will be done in a rose gold and silver finish and one style will be a gold and silver finish.
Hong Kong Disneyland will get a 15th Anniversary piece done in silver and gloss black enamel.
Wow! We are so lucky to get this many new pieces coming! You could practically do a bracelet just out of these!
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source and full credit to: The Art of Pandora
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