This seems like an appropriate place for speculation on what other charms she's got on there, don't you think?
The unidentifiable fourth charm looks like a Buddha to me. Not nearly sure, though. I'm positive there's an ankh, and it'd be tricky to make a charm-bracelet-charm-sized rosary so I'm thinking the writers really missed a trick by not putting ten little beads between each of the ten charms and having one of the charms be of the Virgin Mary with another three beads and a crucifix dangling from it. I like the look of the hamsa, which is apparently protection against the evil eye in both Judaism and Islam (and apparently Phoenician in origin)—having no luck finding anything protective that's explicitly Jewish or Muslim. Or Hindu. Or Buddhist. (Though since I'm devoting two minutes on Google to each...) Shinto omamori look promising, though. —EllieMurasaki 22:21, 9 March 2010 (UTC)
I identified the cross charm. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001DZX2BA/ref=oss_product --the upper right one. —EllieMurasaki 21:09, 10 December 2010 (UTC)