Small series.Charm measures approx 8 x 10mm and the charm weighs approx 0.6 grams. Sterling silver. Price per charm. Supplied with a sterling silver open jump ring.
There is no right or wrong way for a horseshoe to hang: The horseshoe is considered very lucky and used to be hung in many homes to protect and attract good fortune for the family inside. As with many superstitions, there are contradictions to be found with the beliefs associated with the horseshoe. Many believe that to hang it with the ends pointing upwards is good luck as it acts as a container for good luck to fall into, whereas to hang it with the ends pointing down, is bad luck as all the good luck will fall out. Others believe that no matter which way you hang the horseshoe, good luck will come. The ends-pointing-down display simply means that the good luck is able to flow out and surround the home. If the horseshoe is hung over a doorway, ends up will catch good luck and ends down will let the good luck spill over the door and stop evil from entering. Perhaps a combination of the two was used so that after a few days, when the horseshoe was filled with good luck, it would then need to be emptied so that residents could benefit from that luck and the process would be repeated until the end of time.
CMT charms are of plain sterling silver finish and finished to the highest standard. Jewellery Enchantments are the only on-line retailer of CMT charms.
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