Pendants, Charms, and Amulets to Help You Channel Positivity

Collage of Amulets and Pendants

In these shaky times, it can be reassuring to have something physical to wear as a reminder that everything will be okay—or, at the very least, to lift your spirits. Whether it’s an inherited heirloom, a gift commemorating a special moment or person, or simply a colorful gemstone, jewelry can be a source of positive energy, (we know you need some right about now). To sweeten the deal—and help you feel better about making an extravagant purchase at this moment—the brands listed here are part of nearly 100 jewelry companies donating portions of their sales to No Kid Hungry amid the coronavirus pandemic. These designers are donating 10 to 30 percent of their sales through the end of March, and many, until schools reopen. Shop jewelry for a good cause, and improved vibes, below.

Adina Reyter’s Oval Pavé + Baguette Dog Tag, $1,298,

This classic, easily engraved pendant is a true modern heirloom.

Yi Collection’s Diamond Whispers Necklace, $1,950,

Wear Yi Collection’s floating diamond necklace as a reminder that some of the most precious things are formed under pressure.

Jemma Wynne’s Privé Pink Sapphire Heart Pendant, $12,600,

Feel the love with this bauble from Jemma Wynne.

Retrouvai’s Optimism Pendant, $3,765,

You only need turn over this pendant, made with rhodochrosite, lotus garnet, and diamonds, for a reminder to stay optimistic.

KATKIM’s Boob Locket Necklace, $2,000,

This gold and diamond locket opens to reveal the word “fighter;” 30% of proceeds are donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Conges’s Rose Quartz Pendant, $875,

Rose quartz is said to promote feelings of peace, inner healing, and self-love—but this pendant is also available in any crystal of your choice.

Marlo Laz’s PB Coin Necklace, $4,800,

Porte Bonheur, French for “lucky charm,” is a true good-luck pendant, symbolizing protection and good fortune.

Nouvel Heritage’s Rising Star Medallion, $5,590,

A rainbow star pendant, to brighten dark days.

Larkspur & Hawk’s Arbor Medallion Pavé Pendant, $3,000,

With elaborate engraving and gemstone detailing, this pendant could serve as an heirloom in its own right.

Sophie Ratner’s Diamond Squared Lock, $2,500,

This diamond-encrusted lock is the perfect addition to your daily necklace rotation. Engrave the back with the initials of someone special.

Muzo’s Chakana Necklace, $720,

Emeralds are said to stimulate the heart chakra and usher in loyalty and domestic bliss. If that’s true, then this nearly 3.5 carat emerald will certainly bring forth positive energy of some kind.

Heavenly Vices’s Enamel Forget Me Not Pendant, $4,500,

A truly special necklace, this vintage “love token” is set on a three-dollar piece—one of the rarest American coins.

Irene Neuwirth’s One of a Kind Love Necklace, $10,220,

This boulder opal heart pendant radiates some extra love—the world could use it right now.