- Made : Handmade item
- Craft: Beading, Glass fusing, Lampworking & shaping, Metalworking
- Framing: Unframed | Materials: Glass, Metal
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Dispatch : Product Dispatched at the end of the next working Day.
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Hoseshoe is believed that the good luck powers of the horseshoe originate with the story of a blacksmith named Dunstan. The Devil came to Dunstan and requested that he fit him with new horseshoes. Dunstan recognized the devil and nailed a horseshoe onto his hoof. This caused the Devil great pain. While he was in agony, Dunstan chained him and only released him after the devil promised never to enter a place that had a horseshoe hung over the door. Dunstan became the Archbishop of Canterbury in 959 AD and is known as St. Dunstan.
To assure good luck for the New Year, one should sleep with a horseshoe under his pillow on New Year’s Eve.
The crescent shape of the horseshoe can ward off the evil eye.
Suspected witches who were tried and buried upon their deaths had horseshoes nailed to their coffins to prevent them from returning to life or resurrecting again as witches.
Finding a horseshoe is very lucky if the open space is facing toward you.
If you dream of finding a horseshoe, good luck will come to you.
Toss the horseshoe over the left shoulder and spit after it to increase the good luck that will soon arrive.
The blue evil eye – A look can cause pain, injury, or bad luck to anyone on the receiving end. People who are envious or simply believe that a person does not deserve the good fortune bestowed on them also give the evil eye subconsciously.
Therefore, throughout history, man has made many forms of talismans designed to ward off bad luck. A rabbit’s foot is the most common European example and in Turkey, the Nazar Boncuğu(turkish blue evil eye) is widely displayed in homes, shops, and business.
|Dimensions||3 × 0.5 × 3.5 in|