felt keychain horseshoe as a lucky charm

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The felt horseshoe as a key ring is a nice lucky symbol made of 5 mm felt from 100% virgin wool. The design and manufacture of the felt die-cuts comes from our workshop. For the pendant we use our stainless steel key ring, which is closed with a small screw.

Dimensions of horseshoe felt tag: approx. 6.3 x 5.7 cm (2,5" x 2.2)
Length of the steel rope with screw cap: appro
x. 11 cm (4.3")

The lucky symbol horseshoe is not only a nice gift on New Year's Eve.

Why don't you give some luck at the turn of the year with the felt key ring? Or on other occasions where luck is needed, such as for exams or job interviews. With this you show your solidarity and your sympathy for the life of your loved one.

The felt keychain horseshoe as a lucky charm

The felt horseshoe is said to have magical powers. It makes invulnerable, protects against evil spirits and can ward off natural disasters ... The significance of the horseshoe as a symbol of happiness is originally based on the material value of the iron from which it is forged. When iron was still an expensive raw material, simple farmers could not afford to shoe the hooves of their horses. So those who could find a horseshoe on the wayside and attached it to their own stable were considered particularly lucky. There are two ways to maintain your happiness in the future: If the opening of the horseshoe points upwards, happiness falls in, if it points downwards, happiness remains capped. Good luck all the time with our felt key ring horseshoe! Further lucky charms made of felt are for example our cloverleaf, the lucky mushroom and the lucky pig. Find an overview of our felt key rings here.

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