The countdown to Christmas has begun!
December brings with it the magical Christmas atmosphere and the incessant search for gifts .
And have you chosen your special package yet? If you still have doubts, we'll take care of it!
We'll let you in on a secret: they say a little luck never hurts.
In fact, a lucky charm is always welcome, especially if it is given on a special occasion such as Christmas.
THE lucky symbols , they are often objects that we surround ourselves with, that we always want to carry with us, which is why we love to wear jewels that are inspired by them.
Discover the collection of the most famous lucky charms in Italy and choose your favorite jewel-amulet !
1. The Lucky Bell
It is the lucky charm inspired by the island of Capri and the legend of San Michele . According to the latter, the Campanella of Capri is a symbol of luck and happiness and is given to people who consider themselves truly special because, with each toll, every wish comes true.
Perfect to wear but also to give as a gift, it's a special gift to amaze those you love! Discover the different colors and choose your lucky bell .
2. The Lucky Horn
The lucky horn , also known as cornicello or cornetto , is a traditional amulet that is widespread above all in southern Italy, precisely in Naples. Discover our croissant pendants and jewels and wear the Neapolitan amulet too.
3. The four-leaf clover
The four-leaf clover is said to bring good luck precisely because it is so rare to find it in nature. In popular belief, each leaf seems to carry a meaning: hope, faith, luck and love . So, finding one or receiving it as a gift would be an auspicious sign.
4. The Sicilian Pigna or also called Lucky Pigna
It is a very precious gift of the Sicilian tradition , which is a pleasure to give, but also to receive. Perhaps not everyone knows it, yet this simple object contains many beautiful meanings. The pine cone is, in fact, a symbol of health, luck and... not only that, in fact its symbolic value is recognized in many other civilizations.
The pumo lucky charm
Emblem symbol of the Apulian tradition , its term derives from the Latin and means fruit, in honor of the cult of the Goddess Pomona, protector of all fruits. Ancient legends narrate that the pumo, which represents a bud of the Acanthus flower, is a symbol of prosperity and fecundity . Over time it has therefore become an auspicious object, a good luck charm in defense from evil .
6. The Ladybug
It's an ancient belief widespread in various areas of the world: ladybugs bring good luck . A legend associated with the number of black dots (7 precisely) that characterize it and with its joyful colour, red.
For your Christmas gifts choose an amulet, wear a Bysimon jewel !
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