The Most Popular Charms in America


While perusing jewelry articles the other day, we came across one in National Jeweler that caught our eye. Have you ever thought about how unique each region in the United States is? This article gave the most popular charms from one of the largest charm manufacturers for each region in the U.S. We loved to see the differences in each area and thought you guys might enjoy it, too. 

Most Popular Charms: Northeast (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia)
1. Love to Shop Bag 
2. Snowflake 
3. Anchor at Rope 

Most Popular Charms: Midwest (Illinois, Indiana, Michigian, Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska)
1. Tractor 
2. Flat Baseball 
3. Compass with Needle Charm 

Most Popular Charms: South Central (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kentucky, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama)
1. Cowboy Boot 
2. Mardi Gras Mask 
3. Small Fleur De Lis 

Most Popular Charms: Western Mountain states (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming)
1. Telluride Small Gondola 
2. Bear Paw Print 
3. Adirondack Chair 

Most Popular Charms: Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada)
1. Cactus
2. Kokopelli 
3. Dream Catcher 



Most Popular Charms: Northwest (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska)
1. Seattle Space Needle
2. Umbrella 
3. Hiking Boot 

Most Popular Charms: West Coast (California, Hawaii)
1. San Francisco Cable Car 
2. Palm Tree 
3. Comedy & Tragedy Masks 

Most Popular Charms: South Coast (Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland)
1. Sand Dollar 
2. Sea Turtle 
3. Pail & Shovel 

And finally, the most popular charms nationwide are: 



1. I Love You to the Moon and Back
2. Love You More 
3. Small Paw Print

About the Author

Bill HriskoBill Hrisko graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Real Estate and Human Resource Management and a Minor in Retail. He then attended The Citadel where he obtained his Masters of Business Administration. Through GIA (Gemological Institute of America), Bill has completed numerous classes in grading and appraising colored stones and diamonds and has obtained the following designations: Accredited Jewelry Profession (AJP) and Graduate in Diamonds. Bill and his wife Stephanie opened Unforgettable in 2008.View all posts by Bill Hrisko

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