Throughout the Middle Ages there was a belief that witches and evil spirits had a fear of horses, primarily the horseshoes as they were made of iron and iron withstands fire. The coffins of buried witches had a horseshoe nailed to it to prevent them from resurrecting. In another tale, before the Chaldeans, in ancient Europe, the horseshoe's crescent shape was a representation of the moon goddesses, who protected believers from the evil eye by providing good luck and protection. We all could use a little good luck.
Hand stamped pendant
Material: Jeweler's Brass
Gold plated chain: adjustable 16" -18" length
Customize: add on charm options
wash in warm soapy water & dry completely
Shine with a jewelry buffing cloth
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