Collection: Ethnic Patterns
Gold ring “Horseshoe” is a precious talisman! Once upon a time, when the earth was flat and the moon was more distant, the devil visited the priest Dunstan (909- 988), the future archbishop of Canterbury abbey, who was also famous as a gifted smith, and asked him to fix his horseshoe. Dunstan didn`t loose his temper and fixed the horseshoe so firmly that the devil swore not to enter this place anymore if the priest set him free.
Since then according to this legend the horseshoe is considered to be a symbol of a good luck. But one thing still remains controversial: in what way should a horseshoe be hung? The Europeans usually hang the horseshoe with its ends down. In common opinion this protects the house from evil energy. The fans of Feng shui consider that the horseshoe should be hung with its ends up so that the house becomes a filled up cup.
The masters of Lobortas Classic Jewelry House found a compromise: the horseshoes on the ring will bring your house both prosperity and right energy. Simple and juicy colors of the ring are expressed by hot partitioned enamels. This art is even more ancient than the legend about the smart priest. But despite of its venerable age, art of hot enamels remained almost has not changed. Today it remains hand made elite kind of art of the chosen Masters.
Gold ring “Horseshoe” is under a spell that will bring you good luck!