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Charmed, I'm Sure

February 11, 2007|Elizabeth Khuri

In the very old days, a charm or talisman was worn to ward off evil spirits or to display a family crest. Charms became fashionable as jewelry when Queen Victoria began ornamenting necklaces with lockets containing portraits of her family. They haven't lost their appeal, adding sophistication and fun to necklaces. Here, five local purveyors show off their charms.

--Elizabeth Khuri

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday February 11, 2007 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 38 words Type of Material: Correction
West magazine: In today's issue, the makeup for the Style section on charm necklaces should have been credited to Lucy Crawford for cloutieragency.com, not Stephanie Daniel. In addition, Dan Neil's "800 Words" column misspelled Catherine the Great as Catharine.
For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday February 25, 2007 Home Edition West Magazine Part I Page 5 Lat Magazine Desk 0 inches; 30 words Type of Material: Correction
Makeup credit: The makeup for the Style section on charm necklaces ("Charmed, I'm Sure," Feb. 11) should have been credited to Lucy Crawford for cloutieragency.com, not Stephanie Daniel for cloutieragency.com.

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