Lucky horseshoe includes dried peony, other dried botanicals and clear quartz crystals.
The horseshoe is 6 inches x 6 inches and is painted white.
Perhaps the most striking reference to the horseshoe as a protective (and lucky) symbol comes from ancient England and a man named Dunstan (909 – 988 AD), who became the country’s favorite saint. While working as a blacksmith, Dunstan is said to have nailed a horseshoe to a horse. But the horse was actually the Devil in disguise and it caused the Devil great pain. Dunstan was said to have agreed to remove the shoe and release the Devil only after he promised never to enter a house that displayed a horseshoe. And so, the symbol of protection and goodness arose.