Born from constructing feathers, shells, gemstones, and the like, the pieces we adorn are emblems of self-expression. From ancient talismans to symbols of sheer opulence, both men and women have worn jewelry for thousands of years.

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The latest additions to our Chain Station Collection evoke timeless symbology and unique desires. While the components may have changed and styles evolved, the reasons to rock adornment have remained as personal as ever before.

Uncover the symbols your necklace needs this holiday season — and why you need them:

PLANETS
Wear these celestial icons to harness cosmic power and energy. These astrological bodies hold unique messages for the world below.

» Pair well with Zodiacs or Archangels for the ultimate ethereal essence.

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BRITTO
Wear these colorful works of art to enhance your life through creativity. With vibrant hues and bold patterns, renowned pop artist Romero Britto bestows visual expressions of hope and happiness.

» Pair well with Art Infusion or Birth Month Pendants for a spectrum of brilliance.

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PROVIDENCE
Wear these dynamic tokens to guide your way through life’s twists and turns. Whether inspired by the lore of the Calavera or intrigued by the beauty of the arrow’s intention, choose one, two, or a few.

» Pair well with PATH OF SYMBOLS and Runes for the essential symbolic powerhouse.

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SWAROVSKI® CRYSTALS
Wear these glittering pendants to spark positivity in its purest form. Let the moon light your path or channel the love and spirituality of amethyst.

» Pair well with Initials or PATH OF SYMBOLS for personalized sophistication.

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Kourtney Maglione
Written by Kourtney Maglione
A 401 girl born and raised, keeping it real is how I spend most of my days. I'm a Marketing Copywriter dabbling in anything from subject lines and in-store signs to clever-as-heck headlines. Robert Frost said it best: “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on.”