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Killer Charm Bracelet Puts Six Deadly Weapons on Your Wrist

by Paul Strauss
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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.

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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.

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