Make it Meaningful with ChloBo Jewellery
Jack Murphy Jewellers are proud official stockiest of ChloBo Jewellery
ChloBo incorporate meaning into everything they make. Inspired from the creators worldly travels, each piece of 925 sterling silver jewellery tries to "embody culture, sentiment and spirituality." - ChloBo
What we love about this brand is, how you can shop by style, charm or meaning. This means that that with every purchase, the customer is telling their own unique story.
There are many meanings you can chose from; the most popular symbols we get asked for are love and protection, the heart charm, tassel and dreamball.
The heart charm symbolises the love we hold in our hearts for ourselves and for others. ChloBo want its wearers to, "spread a little compassion... with everything they do." - ChloBo
The tassel charm symbolises protection and is worn to ward off negative energy. When you wear the tassel it is meant to build more positive energy in your life and was designed to distract evil with its liquid like movement.
This charm was designed to create a safe space for your dreams. Chlobo created this charm to remind the wearer that you can "dream without fear and love without limits" - ChloBo
Another favourite of ours is the feather charm, which symbolises a connection with the spirits, with every feather you find, think of it as a message from your guardian angels. ChloBo created this charm to remind the wearer that they "are never alone"- ChloBo.
Star and Moon
Also the star and moon charms both have beautiful symbolism, as the star is worn as a sign of hope and guidance. The star charm is worn to remind individuals to stay patient and trust the journey. Whilst the moon is worn to nourish the soul and represents "purity, creativity and wisdom"- ChloBo
NEW IN - The Sacred Earth Collection
If you are someone who is trying to find balance in your life, then this is the perfect everyday accessory for you. ChloBo's founder Chloe channeled her own self-belief when creating the 'Sacred Earth Collection', allowing people to align all four elements of life, earth, air, fire and water.