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How much are Pandora bracelets?

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As of October of 2014, the price of Pandora bracelets range from $30 to $1,415. Pandora bracelets are available in a wide variety of designs and are made with materials, such as 14-karat solid gold, sterling silver, leather and textiles.

 

The Pandora jewelry brand was founded in 1982 in Copenhagen, Denmark, by a goldsmith named Per Enevoldsen and his wife, Winnie. The small company started out as a jewelry wholesaler in Denmark until it started manufacturing its own brand in 1989, when the couple moved to Thailand, where they set up their jewelry manufacturing facilities. Pandora's charm bracelet concept was launched in 2000 and the bracelets hit the United States market 3 years later.

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