Good luck. What does it mean? It means different things to different people across time and culture. I'm sure when you think of St. Patrick's Day and "luck" an image of this might pop in your head.
Maybe you had or have one of these treasures.
There are many lucky and unlucky items and ideas thru the ages. Let's explore them in vintage form!
To break a mirror will bring you seven years bad luck. We are not afraid of no mirror! We love mirrors in all their forms; hand mirrors, wall mirrors, compacts, and mirrored trays.
Our fate is written in the stars. Maybe it is! If you follow the stars, we've got some great astrology pieces.
At the end of the rainbow is a pot of gold. We've got your pot of gold, along with lots of other gold decor! It's bound to bring a little luck.
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Got a wedding coming up? We've got your something old!
Tigers are considered good luck in Chinese astrology. What? Yes. I'm sure that a certain football team had this in mind when choosing a mascot!
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To find a penny heads up brings good luck. Let's be honest, money is good luck. That's why this money clip says it all.
Whether you believe in it or not, good luck in all it's many forms this St Patrick's Day!
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