Thursday, September 6, 2012

Kidada - Snow White Charms and Necklaces

Kidada for Disney Store is a series of pedants, charms, necklaces, watches and more created by celebrity jewelry designer Kidada Jones. In the spring of 2011, her "Charming Collection" appeared, featuring Snow White along with Tiana, Belle and Cinderella (Ariel, Alice, Jasmine and Tinkerbell were soon added).

Kidada Jones...

All stock images copyright Disney.

Kidada Jones at 2011 D23 Expo. 
Image via Disney Store blog.

The charms and necklaces came in their own stylized Snow White box with a little inspiration quote from Kidada inside. Snow White illustration by artist Steve Thompson.

Necklace Box

This two-sided Snow White Pendant Necklace features the iconic apple and magic mirror. 14-kt yellow gold plated lead free tin alloy. Pendant 1" tall, chain 28'' long. Original price $49.50 (USD).


Kidada's Snow White Songbird Crystal Charm features an enamel dove with Swarovski crystal eyes and 14-kt gold plated beak, wings and feet. Measures 1". Original Price $14.50.


The Snow White Poison Apple Charm is a two-sided enamel glittery piece that measures 3/8". Original price $14.50.


The Poison Apple Charm was also sold inside the Wish-a-Little Snow White Figure, created in collaboration with Steve Thompson. The resin doll doubles as a small trinket box that stands 3 1/2" tall. Charm comes on an 18" blue poly cord necklace along with a "Love, Kidada" charm. Original price $39.50 (USD).


Two Wish-a-Little Reusable Totes feature screen art of Snow White, Cinderella, Tiana and Belle on pink and blue accented bags. Made with 80% recycled material. Each measures 10 1/4'' high x 8 3/4'' wide. Original price $9.50.


The Wish-a-Little figures returned in earlier 2012 with this 14-karat gold plated necklace. Comes with a mini resin Snow White. Necklace measures 17.5''; figure 1.5''. Retail price this past spring was $54.50. Now on sale at the Disney Store for $29.99.

Item No. 2092044130412P

Also see the Kidada for Disney Store princess watch and Snow White tees.


  1. I came across this jewellery line during my recent Disney Store Road Trip and wasn't impressed by the quality. They resemble cheap children's jewellery but at a premium price!

    The figure trinket boxes are definitely the prize in this collection. I almost bought something just to get one!

    1. I haven't yet seen these pieces in person, but I really like Steve Thompson's artwork on the packaging.

    2. The packaging is definitely good. But I also have a problem with the fortune cookie wisdom of her sayings. Alot of the products look good though, like the T's!