Poppy charm bracelet


This four petal poppy beaded charm bracelet is a fabulous and striking alternative to the traditional paper or silk poppy associated with the Royal British Legion.

Four dazzling petals, encrusted with sparkling red crystals, frame a raised black and silver centre, also awash with dazzling jewels.

Present this bracelet to your loved one in its luxury white presentation box, complete with an extract from John McCrae’s iconic poem, In Flanders Fields. This is a fantastic fashion accessory for anyone who takes time to remember those who lost their lives in times of conflict.

The Poppy Jewellery Collection features four and five petal flowers rather than the traditional two petal Royal British Legion poppy.  In addition to this fabulous necklace, we have a range of poppy earrings and bracelets which complete this unique jewellery set.

The poppy is a durable and persevering flower which grew in its thousands among desolate and barren battlegrounds. Its natural associations with endurance, determination and rebirth saw it adopted as a symbol of remembrance for those who lost their lives in the First World War. Lt John McCrae’s 1915 poem, In Flanders Fields, helped secure the poppy’s image as a hallmark of sacrifice and remembrance;

“In Flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses, row on row.”


10% of proceeds from the sales of the collection are donated to Combat Stress and SSAFA, mental health support charities for active soldiers and veterans.

Materials: Enamelled metal charm, pearl-like beads, elasticated.
Dimensions: 190 mm bracelet with a 12 x 12 mm charm

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Not completely happy with your product? You can return or exchange unwanted items up to 35 days after purchase.

The only items that we cannot accept are earrings for pierced ears and perishable items, such as food or drink.

If there is an issue with the product please contact the Royal Armouries online shop customer service team via email at shopping@armouries.org.uk

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