Unlike Rossini’s La Cenerentola version of Cinderella, which avoids the concept of magic, Massenet lends an enchanted atmosphere to his version: Cendrillon. This is delivered by the Fairy Godmother: Le Fee which inspires the Fairy Magic Bracelet.
Clear, iridescent beads and crystals evoke Cendrillon's glass slippers, while glass hearts and stars represent love and magic. Glass flowers and leaves and a flowered heart charm symbolize the Fairy Godmother's magic arbor. A magic wand evokes the fairy's role in Cinderella's journey, and a shoe charm indicates the lost glass slipper.
All "Inspired By..." Series bracelets come with a card that identifies the symbolism of the charms and colors used.