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Killer Charm Bracelet Puts Six Deadly Weapons on Your Wrist

by Paul Strauss

Looking to accessorize with a bracelet that’s not loaded with hearts and cute little charms like hearts and shiny gems? Then look no further than this charm bracelet, bedecked with tiny little weapons.


Created in Northern Ireland by jewelry artist William White, the Killer Charm Bracelet comes with a Walther PPK, a hand grenade, hatchet, monkey wrench, a cleaver and a chainsaw. The deadly sterling silver charms sort of remind me of the game pieces from Clue – except there’s no tiny noose or candlestick here. What makes this bracelet really cool is that thanks to its deadly charms, it could be worn by either a girl or a guy too. Personally, I’ve never worn a bracelet, but I might start with this one.

If the $230 to $300(USD) bracelet is too much for your wallet, be sure to check out William’s Etsy shop, where you can also find individual weapons on necklaces or earings for $50 to $80 each.

[via r/SUATMM]

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