Lucky horseshoe used
Actually having been fixed to a horse’s hoof, this 4″ horseshoe (exact size may vary) has been known for centuries as a powerful token of good luck. Hang it above the door of your business or home to bring good luck to all within it.
The horseshoe superstition is one of good luck and good fortune. It is believed that the good luck powers of the horseshoe date back to the story of a blacksmith named Dunstan and a man he believed was the devil. It is said that a man came to Dunstan and requested that he put horseshoes on his feet (hoofs). Dunstan recognized this man as the devil and nailed a horseshoe to the devil’s hoof. Seeing that the devil was in great pain, it is said that he chained him while he was in agony and only released him after the devil promised never to enter a place that had a horseshoe hung over the door. Dunstan eventually became the Archbishop of Canterbury in 959 AD and is known as Saint Dunstan.
The way the horseshoe is hung and displayed varies. Some regions of the world believe that hanging the horseshoe in an upward position (“U”) holds in all the good luck and the powers it brings. For them, hanging the horseshoe upside down meant that its powers would fall away and dissipate. However, there are others who believe that hanging it in a downward position allows all of the good luck, protective powers and good fortune to shower upon you and surround the home. If you are doubly superstitious, you might want to hang one in each position. The choice is yours.
This is a powerful a Good Luck Charm, wards off evil eye and keeps the witches away
This is a genuine ‘used’ horseshoe, removed from the hoof of a working horse
Size, shape, extent of wear and tear of each Horseshoe will be unique – no two pieces are same
Gift it to your loved ones or hang it on your doorway, to bring Good Fortune and keep negative energy away from your Home or Workplace
Its size is approximately 4 inch but it shall vary for each piece