December 26, 2004 From kitschy miniatures to priceless gem-studded figurines, charm bracelets reveal a lot about the people who wear them. In her new book, Charmed Bracelets, jewelry designer Tracey Zabar explores the enduring appeal of the jingly adornment. Zabar talks with NPR's Jacki Lyden.
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