Jingle All the Way With Baby Emi's Gold-Plated Anklets

12/07/2008 at 12:00 PM ET


Tiny ankles need delicate jewelry, and nothing fits the bill better than Baby Emi Jewelry‘s Cambodian Jingle Bells Anklet. A traditional item from the South Asian country, the anklet is given to infants at birth to ward off bad spirits — and alert a mother to her child’s whereabouts. Though Baby Emi has sold the anklets for years, they recently introduced a new style — 18k-gold-plated anklets. Made with a special "e-coating" that promises durability, the dainty pieces come in sizes for babies (6.5 inches) and toddlers (7.5 inches). At $80 for one or $150 for two, they make great special-occasion gifts and will be treasured keepsakes once your child grows out of them. (Sean "Diddy" Combs and ex Kim Porter have the 14k-gold anklets for their daughters, D’Lila Star and Jessie James.)

A portion of proceeds from jewelry sold through Baby Emi go to the non-profit group Transitions of Cambodia, which offers support and services to victims of human trafficking.

— Kate

CBB Deal: Save 15% by using code CBB15 at checkout! Expires 12/16/2008. 

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Ella on

wow, these are really neat.
i couldn’t even find these in Cambodia, weirdly enough. maybe i was just looking in the wrong places…

Allison on

The code is CBB15, not CCB15, but thanks for the discount!