Two antique French, gold filled charms, in lovely antique condition, featuring the "Lucky 13". They come complete and ready to wear with my signature oxidized sterling and gold filled accented chain.
Lucky charms were hugely popular during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In France, women wore four-leaf clovers and other "porte bonheur", or good luck charms, on bracelets and necklaces. Le Langage de Porte Bonheur (‘the language of good luck charms’) included ten charms: an elephant (happiness), a heart (love), a four-leaf clover (luck), a horseshoe magnet (money), a die (gambler’s luck), the number 13 (joy), a pig (prosperity), a hamsa hand (riches), a horseshoe (fidelity), and a pansy (remembrance).
Please select the charm you wish to purchase, the 22mm round with a trellis design, or the 20mm "floral" design, with silver toned flower accents. Chains measure 18" in length.
Your "Lucky 13" medal will ship USPS mail with tracking, and will be packaged in a lovely gift box.
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