2014 Fall Collection Initial Charms


The New Fall Collection from Nunn Design is Initially Charming! Customization and monograms are still a hot trend in 2014. With the new initial charms from Nunn Design, the process of making something uniquely one’s own has become even easier.

Shop Here: Initial Charms


Nunn Design Initial Charms are sold in packs of 5. Each charm is cast in lead-free pewter and plated with .999 fine silver and oxidized. Purchase the Initial Sample Pack to experience how fun they are to design with.


Using a pair of flush cutters, it is easy to snip off the loop of the initial charms allowing you to embed them in Crystal Clay or 2 Part Resin.


Create a custom mold using the initials with our Sculpted Relief Tutorial

Download our 2014 Fall Collection Catalogue and have fun!

Download a PDF of our 2014 Collection Catalogue HERE!

Around Nunn Design

  • Shop this week’s Flash Sale of Adjustable Bangle Bracelets. Make sure to shop early, we know these will sell out quickly! Flash Sale – Current Items
  • Join us at Art & Soul in Virginia Beach September 29th & 30th!
  • PLEASE LIKE US! If you want us to show up in your Facebook newsfeeds, you have to like and share us on facebook. If you like what we do, please say so and share it.
  • Don’t miss a moment of excitement around Nunn Design by subscribing to our blog!

How to Purchase Wholesale?

If you are interested in becoming one of the many designers who trust their jewelry to Nunn Design Findings, please join us by registering to become one of our wholesale customers!

Nunn Design primarily sells wholesale, but we do offer Retail DIY Kit supplies for certain projects. For all other findings, please visit our Where to Buy Page for a listing of online stores that sell Nunn Design Findings retail.

If you enjoyed reading this post, please subscribe to our blog. Here are 10 Reasons Why to Subscribe and a place to do so!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Next
Test Caption
Test Description goes like this