This is my own personal Lucky Charm Bracelet with 13 charms for gambling luck and money. Can you identify them all?
Treasure Chest with Gold Nugget
Ruby Jewelled 4 Leaf Clover
Gold Money Bag
Enamel Guilloche Shamrock
Vegas Slot Machine
Horseshoe/Green Enamel Shamrock
Horseshoe/Sheaf of Wheat
Lucky Penny in Shamrock/Horseshoe Bezel
Bulging Money Bag
Winning Poker Hand - Royal Flush
Anchored in the center is a large Italian Horn or Corno. The is an amulet of ancient origin. Corno means "horn" and cornicello means "little horn", and it is a long, twisted horn-shaped amulet worn in Italy to protect against the evil eye.
CHARMS are MAGICKAL
This is my personal Goddess Necklace with 13 charms; one for each Lunation of the year (moon cycle).
The Chinese character for fish (yu 鱼) is pronounced the same as the Chinese character for "abundance" or "surplus" (yu 余). The fish symbol is, therefore, frequently associated with other symbols and Chinese characters to symbolize the wish for "more" in the sense of "more" good luck, good fortune, long life and children. The fish (yu 鱼) represents "more" (yu 余).
This bracelet symbolizes the intention for more abundance, more luck, more happiness and more prosperity.
Includes 10 charms for little girls: Tea pot, Love Lock, Pumpkin coach, Nesting Hen that opens to reveal her Eggs, Easter Bunny holding an Egg, Frog paddling a Canoe, Ladybug, Bookworm, Cherub with heart and a Chicken.
My Mother was a jewelry dealer and she taught me everything she knows about charms and jewelry!!
LUCKY CHARMS by Llewellyn
Almost anything can (and has been) used as a charm. Buttons and coins are good examples. This is because these items are frequently lost and found by others. Anything that you find can be used as a charm. Small objects given to you by others also make good charms, because of the pleasant associations they provide.
Charms were originally spoken or sung. The word charm comes from the French “charme”, which means song. The blessing that a priest gives at the end of a service is an example of this sort of charm. But, gradually, people came to the conclusion that spoken words were ephemeral, while a solid object was permanent. Objects that had special significance – such as a splinter that was believed to be from the cross of Jesus – replaced sung or spoken charms.
Lucky charms are normally carried on the person, but there are exceptions. I knew someone who collected buttons in an old coffee can and whenever she felt she needed a little extra luck, she’d shake that coffee can as vigorously as she could. Charm bracelets allow people to wear a number of charms at the same time.
A 4-Leaf Clover has always been considered a lucky charm as this old Irish rhyme explains:
One leaf is for fame
And one leaf is for wealth
And one is for a faithful lover
And one to bring you glorious health
Are all in the four-leaved clover