This post is dedicated to all the charms that are still being produced and aren’t intended to be limited edition in any way, but that are limited geographically. If you’re looking for a complete post of hard to find charms, then see here.
I haven’t ordered them in terms of country, as the charms are often limited to a range of regions, as opposed to just one. Instead, I’ve tried to do them somewhat chronologically, as that’s easiest!
While this charm is still widely available in many territories, it is only in the US available from Las Vegas.
The Evil Eye
This cool-looking representation of the evil eye is not available in the UK, for some reason. As far as I’m aware, it has never been; it’s not listed as retired here.
Unsurprisingly, this football helmet charm is a US & Canadian exclusive – American football is clearly most popular in North America!
This cute cricket bat charm was an Australian exclusive – it retired in January 2013. It was due to be released in the UK as well, but never made it for some reason.
The baseball is primarily a US & Canadian exclusive, although it is also available in Northern Ireland and Singapore. I don’t know anything about baseball, but I’ve always really liked the look of this charm – the stitching detailing is really pretty.
Looking Glass muranos The Looking Glass muranos started out as a US & Canadian exclusive, released in Spring 2012. However, the white, pink and turquoise shades were released worldwide in Autumn 2012. The green, red and light blue shades remain US exclusives.
This charm was released in 2012 to celebrate the Chinese New Year. It was originally exclusive to Asia, but was eventually released in Europe and Australia as well (I got mine in Paris!). It is also available in 14 carat gold.
Wildflower Tribute murano
This pretty floral murano was originally released exclusively in the UK in November 2014. Pandora donated a portion of the proceeds to the Soldier’s Charity. Since then, it has been released in some other markets, including Europe and Australia – however, it never came to North America.
Asian Exclusive Charms
Starting in 2015, Pandora have occasionally released Asian exclusive beads. These don’t tend to have any particular cultural significance, but are just intended as a little bonus and incentive for that particular market.
These three charms were released exclusively to Asian markets for Mother’s Day 2015. They feature a green pavé pear, a purple version of the Fluttering Butterflies charm and a pink jigsaw pendant. For more information, please see my post here!
This was followed in Autumn 2015 with the release of this pavé star safety chain, which was and is still exclusive to Asian markets.
Arabian Coffee Pot (Dallah)
The Longevity Lock charm came out in Autumn 2016 and was only available in Asia and Australia/New Zealand. It features golden CZ detailing on one side and the Chinese characters for a ‘long and happy life’ on the other.