Noon Milan Amulet Charm

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Italian culture often employs several common rituals and practices to protect oneself from the malocchio (evil eye). These include portefortune (good luck charms), amulets, talismans which are thought to ward off the curse.

* Chains and charms in 925 silver, plated with 18k gold
* Made in Italy

  1. CHOOSE A CHAIN
  2. CHOOSE A CHARM
  3. LAYER WITH A CHOKER

 

Anchor: Hope, eternal security and steadfast love

Corniccello (horn): The horn is blessed with good luck and abundance, and provides protection against the dreaded malocchio.

Malocchio (evil eye): Worn to protect against the evil eye 

Hand of Fatima: A symbol that transcends cultures and religions, it is as a powerful protective talisman to ward off negative energies and attract good luck.

Coccinella (ladybug): Symbolises trust and protection (during times of change)The red colour has multiple meanings. It epresents victory over one's enemies (spilling their blood); red helps ward off malocchio; and the colour of passion and romance (to bring luck in love and romance).

Madonna: Popularized in the height of the Italian Renaissance, the Madonna is one depicts a celebration of the divine feminine and mother.