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Pewter Pocket Charms – Good Luck

$10.99

SKU: 1851 color: Greensize: 1 bagcountry: USA Categories: , , . Tag: .

Pewter Pocket Charms – Good Luck. These five Pewter Pocket Charms and Tokens are classic signs of good luck and a reminder to have fun. In a crowded world, simplicity is needed aspect of everyone’s life; and these charms are a great way to remind your friend or loved one that they have someone cheering them on.

Each bag comes with the following inspirational words on a small “Good Luck” card detailing what each symbol means:
Gourd, the Chinese symbol for luck.
Four-leaf clover for faith, hope, love and luck.
Shooting Star to make a wish.
Horseshoe to ward off evil spirits.
Dice for luck in the game. (of life)

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“Pewter is an alloy composed primarily of tin. The world’s fourth most precious metal after platinum, gold and silver, it becomes pewter with the addition of small amounts of antimony and copper…Pewter’s unique characteristics, its low melting point and relative softness, makes it ideal for craftsmen and designers to work with. Loved for its versatility and feel, it can be fashioned in a variety of finishes – a traditional soft satin lustre, a dazzling brilliance that rivals silver or a subdued ‘antique’ finish. ”   -Royal Selangor

The Pewter Pocket Charms are locally sourced in Rhode Island through a company of five people. It was started in 1994 by a university professor teaching experimental Psychology in the Midwest. She left her post and headed east to live near the ocean and to create a business offering something meaningful and made in the U.S.A. Her motto was Hands, Head, Heart. These little satin bags filled with lead free pewter pocket charms are personal accessories to help reverse the spinning of an impersonal world.

One green, organza bag with five Pewter Pocket Charms – Good Luck, in lead-free pewter. Each pocket charm is 1″ or smaller (size varies and is between the size of a penny and a quarter)