Necklace Bons Présages


Assembled chain in bronze with 18k yellow gold plating. Also bronze button brooch with 18k yellow gold plating. Our Bons Présages (Good Wishes) chain combines different charms (horseshoe medallion, clover, horn) in yellow gold-plated bronze and different enamels accompanied by a delicate Tiger Eye bead.

icono longitud 57cm

Horseshoes have been considered one of the oldest talismans of mankind.
Its applications at an esoteric level are many and are considered valid for protecting the environment, achieving wishes or helping people with their good luck.
The Greeks introduced the horseshoe into Western culture in the fourth century as a symbol of fortune that served to ward off evil spirits. This object carries with it seven nails and the number 7 according to the Egyptians is magical.
The horseshoe is believed to be a magical symbol that goes from Italy, through Germany and reaching Great Britain and the Scandinavian countries.

The 4-leaf clover plays a fundamental role in our symbology. For every 10 thousand common three-leaf clovers, we can find only one four-leaf clover. The 4-leaf clover is considered a genetic anomaly, the four-leaf clover has been the subject of myths and legends for more than 5,000 years. The 4 leaves of the clover symbolize, according to the culture where it is known, several things. In Jewish culture, each one symbolizes the letters of the word God, in other cultures they coincide in meaning the cardinal points, the phases of the moon, the seasons of the year or the elements of nature, and are loaded with nutritional and medicinal properties. The Phoenicians used to give four-leaf clovers to their loved ones to preserve their love, and mothers hung shamrocks around their children’s necks to protect them against the adversities of life. It has been believed for millennia that finding a four-leaf clover without actually looking for it is a good omen, bringing wealth and prosperity. In ancient Rome it was associated with prosperity, and dreaming of this plant was a sign of great wealth. The Greeks came to believe that it served them to discover great treasures.

It is said that the tiger’s eye, which is also known as “Stone of freedom” is charged with positive energy, a quality that protects against bad vibrations from the environment and can help us maintain balance in adverse situations of fear. , anxiety or difficulty in making decisions.


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