Steeped in folklore, this Mano Cornuto Italian good luck charm or pendant is made of genuine solid 14k gold. Could be worn as a single pendant or as a charm on a necklace stack or hoop. This charm has a high polish, and seems to be a contemporary piece.
I love the superstitious quality to this charm. The mano cornuto is an Italian amulet of ancient origin. Mano means "hand" and corno means "horn” in reference to an animal’s horn. Worn as an amulet, the Mano Cornuto, like the figa, is used for magical protection against the “malocchio” or evil eye, just like the hamsa hand. A regionally popular amulet, it is primarily found in Italy.
This listing comes with ONE mano cornuto charm. CHAIN NOT INCLUDED.
Pendant height: 11.7mm
Pendant width: 5.5mm
Weight: 0.40 g