For Good Luck & Protection

The tradition of luck and protection goes back hundreds of years playing a part in many cultures and often embodied in certain symbols and talismans. On her travels, Cassandra has been privileged to see many of these amulets which have often been passed down from generation to generation.

Choose the perfect amulet for yourself, or to give luck and protection to someone you love.


'Wish upon a shooting star'

Shooting stars are said to possess a magic that grants those who see them positive energy and good luck - so if you see one, you should always make a wish!

Porte Ouvrant

A keyhole

Keyholes, keys and doors are one of the oldest lucky charms. Given by one lover to another they are considered to be a symbol of unlocking another's heart.


Faith, hope, love and luck...

The four-leaf Clover is an ancient Irish symbol of luck that stems from folklore - the first leaf is for faith, the second is for hope, the third is for love, and the fourth is for luck.

St Christopher

The patron saint of travellers - for anyone moving, or setting off on a gap year.

St Michael

The guardian archangel Michael who watches over and protects.

St Anthony

The patron saint for those who lose things - the ideal gift to add to a keyring.

St Francis

The patron saint of animals, nature and the environment.

St Anne

St Anne is the mother of Mary, and the patron saint of mothers and daughters.


'An elephant never forgets...'

Elephants are also a symbol of love, wealth, health and longevity. They can also represent ivory for 14th wedding anniversaries. In some cultures, elephant figurines are placed near the entrance of a house to ensure luck and longevity to those who enter. The Ganesha, also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is the Hindu God of Luck.

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