B in your Bonnet Charm VINTAGE CHIM
Rare charm by the collectable CHIM charm company, made 1960s-1970s. On opening the decorative hat, a letter B is revealed - a humorous play on words representing the expression 'To have a bee in your bonnet', meaning a person who repeatedly refers to a subject important to them.
21mm width of brim. English silver. Stamped CHIM.
10 Downing Street Door Charm – Opens to Cat
Number 10 Downing Street door charm. This delightful charm is a miniature replica of our Prime Minister's London front door and opens to reveal Larry the Cabinet Office's cat on...
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