Take a first look at Pandora's Harry Potter jewellery collection!

The magical collection of Hogwarts-inspired bracelets and charms is on here!

Even though it’s been eight years since the last Harry Potter movie hit cinemas, the world is still obsessed with the schoolboy wizard and his adventures at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Now Pandora, the jewellery company, are to pay tribute to the movies and the series of books by J.K. Rowling with a special Harry Potter collection.

While the details of the collection have been tightly-guarded, a preview of the highly anticipated collection has finally been released! 

Available in store and online from November 28, the 12 hand-finished designs include pendants, charms and a special bracelet - each representing an element of Hogwarts.

The collection's charms are of Harry, Ron, Hermione and an adorable Dobby - but perhaps the most exciting collectable is the golden snitch!

The collection also features the Hogwarts train charm, a bangle with the snitch and two pendants that represent Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw.

Upon seeing the first look of the collection, muggles and witches and wizards everywhere couldn't contain their excitment. 

"Muggles unite!," said one. "This is a great time to be alive!"

"The perfect Christmas present - a charm bracelet with a snitch," said another. 

Pandora’s chief creative and brand officer, Stephen Fairchild says of the release, "Pandora jewellery brings personal stories to life, and the friendship, love, and bravery told in Harry Potter resonates with Pandora’s fans.

"We’re thrilled to bring this collection to fans around the world."

While it's not been confirmed whether more Harry Potter charms will be released closer to Christmas, these will definitely be on our list!

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