Harry Potter jewellery collection hits the shelves

Alex and Ani X Warner Bro's 11-piece capsule features jewellery adorned with iconic symbols from the beloved series

by Hanna Fillingham /

Harry Potter fans start clearing out your jewellery box – we think you might be needing some extra space. Eco-conscious American jewellery brand Alex and Ani has teamed up with Warner Bro's Consumer Products to craft an 11-piece capsule jewellery collection adorned with symbols from the beloved series. Necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings all feature in the range, which starts at just £21.

Pieces in the collection include a Hogwarts expandable bangle in silver and gold, a Deathly Hallows ring wrap, and a pair of earrings in the shape of Harry Potter's earrings. The most expensive piece in he collection is a three-piece wire bangle set at £75.

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Deathly Hallow necklaces and bangles are part of the fantastic Harry Potter range 

What's more, there has been a lot of thought behind each deign. Rhode Island-based Alex and Ani is committed to giving back to the environment, and uses recycled materials to create their jewellery. The limited-edition collection was showcased on the brand's Instagram website in a teaser photo last week, and unsurprisingly went down a treat with Harry Potter fans.

One wrote: "I want all of this," while another said: "Dream come true." A third added: "I love the deathly hallows necklace and the ring!! And I saw some earrings on the website that I would obviously have to have."

Harry Potter glasses ring wraps will set you back £21

Harry Potter merchandise has become popular with fans, and recently high-street store Primark unveiled its largest range yet, which included cushions, mugs, hoodies, and even baby clothes.

Earlier in the year, meanwhile, Australian label BlackMilk Clothing unveiled a line that featured everything from an invisibility cloak super drape top to Hogwarts house velvet leggings – allowing for fans to choose from the four iconic houses, Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw.

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