Good luck charms often hold special significance for people and can remind them of a special accomplishment or serve as motivation for completing goals. If you're looking for a gift for a special man in your life, a customised jewellery piece that symbolises good luck could soon become one of his favourite accessories.
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A set of cuff links is a suitable jewellery gift for a man who dresses up often. To make the cuff links a sign of good luck, choose jewellery in the shape of four-leaf clovers. These classic symbols of good luck also denote faith, hope and love. Cuff links in a copper or bronze colour are fitting good luck jewellery, since pennies are a sign of luck. It is believed that carrying a penny one finds on the ground will result in a day of good luck, so your loved one can wear the cuff links any time he needs a little more comfort, such as for a job interview or his wedding.
The classic look of a pocket watch is best for a man who enjoys refined style. To make the watch a piece of good luck jewellery, have it professionally engraved with an image of a centaur or horseshoe. Centaurs are a sign of strength and invincibility. Horseshoes are considered a sign of luck because they're created by blacksmiths -- an occupation that is associated with good fortune. People also used to hang horseshoes in the front of their homes to usher prosperity for the family into the home.
Wearing a sterling silver wedding band is one of the ways to bring good luck into your marriage, according to Celtic culture. Rings formed to resemble the Celtic love knot, a sign of everlasting togetherness, are often worn by Irish men, or guys who appreciate the symbol and its meaning. Rings with an engraved symbol of good luck, like a salamander, an animal that protects against evil according to Iranian mythology, are a fitting gift as well.
Pendant Necklace or Bracelet
Pendants like a small rabbit's foot or a metal image of a dragon are appropriate symbols to add to a good luck bracelet or necklace gift for a man. The dragon is a sign of balance; that is, dark and light, or masculine and feminine. The Chinese believe that dragons are a symbol of good fortune, along with everlasting prosperity and wisdom. The rabbit's foot, which is often seen on key chains, denote good luck as the animals are signs of fertility and the spring season. The way that rabbits move, with their back feet touching the ground first as they hop, also make the back feet "luckier" than the front, according to the Ancient Symbols website.
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