With stories dating as far back as 800 AD, many cultures believe that hanging a horseshoe in the upward position holds in all the good luck and power it brings. Some believe its crescent-like shape is capable of warding the evil eye. Even the amount of nail holes in the earliest designs made this protective footwear lucky: Seven holes were made into the shoe to hold it in place on the hoof. Commonly seen hung over doorways and hearths, nailed to ship bows, and of course, used in jewelry design for centuries, we figure there’s got to be something to it. Lucky medallion on mix of heavy hand finished chain. Easy everyday wear.
1” bronze or sterling silver pendant.
20” lightweight silver chain or 24” heavy silver plated mixed chain.