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CORNO PORTAFORTUNA - Horn that brings luck

Originally carved by artisans in Naples Italy, this horn-shaped pendant was, and still is by many, believed to offer protection from the evil eye, to ward off bad luck. It is also believed to promote fertility and virility.

There are many stories about where this shape originated, and its symbolism, ranging from roots in Italy as well as Greek and Roman mythology. One legend has it becoming a symbol of fertility and the earth after Zeus broke a horn from a goat.

We love the shape and we love its history - CORNO PORTAFORTUNA is handcarved in Deer Antler Bone. It is a beautiful piece with movement and form and looks fantastic in this natural material. The pink colours on some of these pendants are natural colours with the Deer Antler, making these very unique and even more eye-catching!

This is the perfect pendant to gift someone close to you, someone facing a challenge to give them strength and comfort - this is a positive pendant!

We have three sizes available - Small, Medium and Large. Please use the drop-down menu to select the size you'd like.

Note: The SMALL pendant is on a Safari Cord, the MEDIUM is on a Khaki Cord and the two LARGE are on a Kalahari or Wapiti Brown coloured cord.

Delivered with DHL Express Courier on a hand plaited adjustable cord.

Meaning: Strength ~ Fertility ~ Protection From Bad Luck

Material: Deer Antler Bone

Cord Colour: Safari, Khaki, Kalahari or Wapiti Brown

Cord Length: Adjustable

Size: SMALL: 41mm (1.6") Long, 10mm (0.4") wide at top

          MEDIUM: 50mm (1.9") Long, 10mm (0.4") wide at top

          LARGE: 68mm (2.7") Long, 12mm (0.5") wide at top

Worldwide shipping is free. All International deliveries over $NZ150 are made using an Express Courier service. Packages with a value up to NZ$150 will be shipped using an International Airmail service. Express Courier Packages are tracked. Please visit our 'Shipping Information' page for delivery times to your country. Under some circumstances we are happy to accept an item back for a replacement or refund. Please visit our 'Returns' page for specific information about this.