Good Luck frame
Frame dimensions: 21,5×21,5 cm
Ladybug is a very common lucky charm symbol. Some cultures say that simply having a ladybug land on you will bring you luck as long as you let it leave on its own. Others say that if a man and a woman see a ladybug at the same time the’ll fall in love, and sometimes it’s sign of marriage.
A large number of ladybugs in the spring was an indication to farmers that there would be a good harvest. The deeper red their color and more spots they have, the luckier you’ll be.
Scarab Beetle, THe Scarab, a good luck beetle, represents the journey of the sun across the sky, and it was one of the most sacred amulets in ancient Egypt. Blue color represented the god Ra,yellow symbolized the desert and the sun, and green was the symbol of growth.
It represents good luck, hope, restoration of life but also regeneration and transformation.
Ganesha is the elephant-headed Hindu god of wisdom, literature, art, and worldly success. It comes in many forms and variations, in which every detail has a special meaning – it tells us to think big, listen more and talk less, but also teaches us how to accept all that life has to offer.
Ganesha is often considered a good luck charm, which brings wealth and prosperity, but also helps with new beginnings, ensuring success in every field.
Maneki Neko is a common Japanese lucky charm. White color is for happiness, purity and positive things to come. GOld is for wealth and prosperity, black wards off evil spirits, red is for success in love and relationships, and green for good health.
It’s believed that Menki Neko attracts good luck to their owners, THe most common belief is that the left paw raised brings in customers, while a right paw brings wealth and good luck. The fish is symbolic of abundance and good fortune.
Mano Figa . The Mano Figa charm is one of the oldest symbols of good luck, originating in Etruscan Italy, but eventually made its way to South America. The gesture has many different meanings, depending on the country, but it’s usually associated with fertility, virility and pleasure.
It’s believed that the figa charm protects from bad energy and evil eyes.
The image of Morčić (Moretto), young black servant, dressed in fine clothes and wearing a turban with jewels is a trademark of the city of Rijeka, Croatia, but also the traditional Rijeka Carneval.
You can see him in all forms of jewelry, especially as earrings. It’s usually worn as a good luck charm, protection against enemies, but also as a symbol of wealth and prosperity.
Ladybug, Scarab Beetle, Ganesha, Maneki, Mano Figa, Moretto
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