Enter the world of Westeros with our all-new collection inspired by the powerful houses of the seven kingdoms. We’ve got an inside look at the collection and what inspired our designers to create each piece. From meaningful gemstones to symbolic charms, these styles match their characters perfectly.

With gold and silver RAFAELIAN finishes and an incredible attention to detail, our designers created a collection that’s a thoughtful ode to the Game of Thrones series. Explore the world of Westeros and maybe even keep an eye out for more to come…

*WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD*


Sansa Stark

The Lady of Winterfell is here and so are her meaningful pieces. Sansa’s charms are inspired by her character development, the many changes she goes through, and the obstacles she overcomes throughout the show. The dragonfly, a symbol of change, is prominent in Sansa’s wardrobe throughout most of the show’s seasons. As the storyline progresses, Sansa sheds her dragonfly necklace and begins to wear her second symbol, the circle and needle necklace. The needle within this charm is a nod to her younger sister, Arya, and how the two women have grown tremendously, overcoming experiences that have only made them stronger. Wear Sansa’s pieces when you’re in need of a reminder to stay true to yourself.

Arya Stark

The youngest Stark sister’s charms are exactly what any true fan of the show would think: the iconic “a girl has no name” quote, the black and white doors, and a direwolf to mirror the Stark family crest. The black and white charm is in the shape of a shield to represent the incredible amount of training Arya underwent with Jaqen H’ghar, her mentor at the House of Black and White. Wear her charms when you’re looking to channel some determination and motivation.

Cersei Lannister

Are you a fan of the Queen on the Iron Throne? Cersei’s charms are inspired by what she does best: plot, love her kids, and drink wine. Throughout the series, this regal tyrant is always depicted holding her goblet when she’s in her chambers and planning her next move in the game. There’s a lot of symbolism behind Cersei’s costume designs, from her long iconic braids to the gowns that she wears. As the storyline progresses, Cersei loses her children one by one and is always shown wearing dresses with small birds on them. While typically closed off, her character in these scenes is revealed to have a different, more tender side. Wear Cersei’s array of charms when you’re in need of a confidence boost.

Daenerys Targaryen

If we wrote out Daenerys’ full name it would definitely take up this entire blog post. Our girl, the Dragon Queen, has charms created to look like exact replicas of the infamous dragonglass. Alongside the glass is a dragon egg to symbolize her three children: Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion (RIP). Wear the Breaker of Chain’s look to channel some serious girl power and leadership vibes.

It’s In The Details…

This collection incorporates the natural element of stones, chosen specifically for each character.

Arya – Blue Lace Agate: clarity of mind / confidence / communication

This stone was chosen for Arya because it symbolizes clarity of thought and an unwavering dedication to ideas and goals that matter the most. Blue Lace Agate is believed to work slowly and steadily, taking its time. Arya is similar in the way that she practices patience and obedience at the House of Black and White. Connected with the throat chakra, the stone is also believed to assist in communication with one’s higher guidance.

Sansa – Aventurine: vitality / growth / confidence

Aventurine symbolizes moving forward with confidence into new situations. It allows one to look on the bright side of life in difficult issues. Connected to the heart chakra, aventurine is the emotional anchor keeping one rooted in the heart. This stone represents Sansa’s journey — her hardships have only made her grow stronger, wiser, and more powerful than ever.

Cersei – Onyx: inner strength / self-mastery / willpower

Carrying this stone is believed to bring the energy of self-mastery, helping one to control, focus, and direct one’s personal power. It also encourages focusing on the task at hand. This stone represents Cersei’s drive and willpower to keep her family safe and protected — no matter the cost. Cersei is a master manipulator and is calculated in all her moves.

Daenerys – Carnelian: courage / action / confidence

Carrying or wearing Carnelian is believed to awaken the vital energies of the three lower chakras, increasing zest for living and the willingness to take risks. In ancient times, this stone was worn for courage in battle. It supports qualities of leadership and courage. Carnelian represents Daenerys’s progression as a leader and her journey to the queen she is today. She is someone who has a lot of courage and takes action and risks for the good of people.

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