cornicello portafortuna

cornicello portafortunas were italian talismans worn as a charm at the neck to protect against bad luck and the malocchio -the evil eye.

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image: a typical cornicello portafortuna: a “lucky horn” which is usually bright red so you could confuse it with a pepper. source:

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image: another type ofcornicello portafortuna: a hand making the bulls horns sign. source: google search

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