A beaded stack of bracelets with an amazing red horn. The beautiful red horn measures 3/4". The bracelet measures 6.85" and is made with elastic to stretch right over your wrist. When was the last time you said, “Step on a crack, you’ll break your mother’s back?” Or, “Find a penny, pick it up and all day long you’ll have good luck.” These are just a few sayings that represent one’s intention of adding protection against bad luck. Nobody wants bad luck!!!
In Italy the Cornicello (Corno) is known as most popular and ancient superstition in the region. AKA known as the Italian Horn, this horn is a red amulet and is symbolic of animal horns said to belong to the sacred Moon Goddess of Europe. The symbol bears protection for the one who wears it from the dreaded Eye. In many cultures the Eye is no joke, it's taken VERY seriously!