Movie Slate Charm
Clapperboard for film making charm. Also known as a sync slate and a sound marker, the film maker’s clapperboard was devised to assist in synchronizing sound and picture, also doubling as a chalk board on which is written information about the next scene to be shot, such as date, title of production, director’s name and a few details about the scene. It is believed to have been invented by Leon M. Leon in the early 1920s. Sterling silver. 14mm width, not including rings.
An Arm And A Leg Charm
An idiom meaning to cost a lot of money, this fun charm is in two parts, an arm and a leg moving independently from one ring. Sterling silver, 21mm length...
Boxing Gloves Charm
Pair of boxing gloves charm. Gloves move independently from a shared ring. Sterling silver. 13mm length of each glove.
Cow Bell Charm
Cowbell charm with moving clapper. Sterling silver, 9mm height, not including rings, not including rings; 11mm width. 3 Dimensional, mechanical (does not sound).
Cuckoo Clock Charm
Cuckoo clock charm with swinging pendulums. Sterling silver, 10mm (height of house).