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Lucky Horse shoe & Moonstone necklace // For Luck and protection // Lucky charm // Wire wrapped jewelry // Boho // Made in Hawaii with love

Lucky Horse shoe & Moonstone necklace // For Luck and protection // Lucky charm // Wire wrapped jewelry // Boho // Made in Hawaii with love

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Gemstone: Moonstone
  • Can be personalized: Yes
  • Style: Boho & hippie
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 7 people
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This design is simple, clean yet so pretty and elegant! It will be lovingly handmade with your choice of wire and length of chain. The horse shoe is Approximately 20mm or just slightly larger than a dime. This one comes wrapped with two petite glowing Rainbow Moonstones at the end of each corner. Also available in my shop without the gemstones (Image 3-5). I will also be happy to customize the size or add other gemstones for you! Just message me. I enjoy special customizations and would love to hear from you!

The horse shoe necklace makes a perfect gift for it's simplistic beauty coupled with it's protective and luck giving properties! Great for women of all ages and styles! Below are some fun facts and tales about the horse shoe!

From the horseshoe necklace Carrie Bradshaw wore in the "Sex and the City" movie to the horseshoe-shape purple marshmallows in Lucky Charms cereal, the superstitious symbols have a solid presence in popular culture. Their popularity as lucky emblems dates back for centuries, when they were used to ward off evil goblins.

According to ancient folklore, small-framed "fairy folk" existed during the Stone Age across what is now Northern Europe and the British Isles. When migrating Celtic tribes began invading the lands around 400 BC, the fairies hid in forests and camouflaged themselves by wearing green much like today's leprechauns. The new settlers told stories about the mysterious, magical "little people" living in the woods, who were also referred to as elves and goblins. We also have similar stories of little people in Hawaiian folklore called "Menehunies"!

The goblins were accused of causing many misfortunes among the settlers, from casting spells to prevent cows from giving milk and chickens from laying eggs to causing infertility in couples . Legends also told of babies kidnapped by the fairies. It was believed that the primitive goblins feared the metal weapons of their enemies, and were therefore afraid of iron.

To ward off goblins and evil spirits from their homes, the people hung iron horseshoes over their front doors. "Horseshoes were doubly frightening to the little people because they looked like the Celtic moon god's crescent," Donald E. Dossey states in his book, "Holiday Folklore, Phobias, and Fun."

Some believe that a horseshoe with the two ends pointing up collects good luck and keeps it from falling out!

Many thanks and Mahalos for visiting my shop and supporting my art! (:
This design is simple, clean yet so pretty and elegant! It will be lovingly handmade with your choice of wire and length of chain. The horse shoe is Approximately 20mm or just slightly larger than a dime. This one comes wrapped with two petite glowing Rainbow Moonstones at the end of each corner. Also available in my shop without the gemstones (Image 3-5). I will also be happy to customize the size or add other gemstones for you! Just message me. I enjoy special customizations and would love to hear from you!

The horse shoe necklace makes a perfect gift for it's simplistic beauty coupled with it's protective and luck giving properties! Great for women of all ages and styles! Below are some fun facts and tales about the horse shoe!

From the horseshoe necklace Carrie Bradshaw wore in the "Sex and the City" movie to the horseshoe-shape purple marshmallows in Lucky Charms cereal, the superstitious symbols have a solid presence in popular culture. Their popularity as lucky emblems dates back for centuries, when they were used to ward off evil goblins.

According to ancient folklore, small-framed "fairy folk" existed during the Stone Age across what is now Northern Europe and the British Isles. When migrating Celtic tribes began invading the lands around 400 BC, the fairies hid in forests and camouflaged themselves by wearing green much like today's leprechauns. The new settlers told stories about the mysterious, magical "little people" living in the woods, who were also referred to as elves and goblins. We also have similar stories of little people in Hawaiian folklore called "Menehunies"!

The goblins were accused of causing many misfortunes among the settlers, from casting spells to prevent cows from giving milk and chickens from laying eggs to causing infertility in couples . Legends also told of babies kidnapped by the fairies. It was believed that the primitive goblins feared the metal weapons of their enemies, and were therefore afraid of iron.

To ward off goblins and evil spirits from their homes, the people hung iron horseshoes over their front doors. "Horseshoes were doubly frightening to the little people because they looked like the Celtic moon god's crescent," Donald E. Dossey states in his book, "Holiday Folklore, Phobias, and Fun."

Some believe that a horseshoe with the two ends pointing up collects good luck and keeps it from falling out!

Many thanks and Mahalos for visiting my shop and supporting my art! (:

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Our #1 goal is your satisfaction!! If for any reason you are dissatisfied with your purchase we will gladly return your unused item within 14 days of purchase (Refunds will exclude shipping fees). Mahalo!

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I ship via USPS First Class mail or USPS Priority Mail. It normally takes only a few business days to ship anywhere in the US. International mail can take a few weeks. If you need Express (overnight) shipping please message me and I will be happy to work with you to make it happen! It is only a $19 upgrade within the U.S to have it shipped overnight! May be worth it for all you last minute gift shoppers (; Mahalo for visiting my shop! (:

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