The superstitious protagonist of Acchitto’s Moors mechanism rings collection the Fortunato Nero aka: Lucky Black that acts as a lucky charm and contains all the symbols that summon good luck.
This character brings with it historical references and the lucky kiss by sealing them in opulence of gold.
The savoir-faire of this personalized jewellery piece is expressed in the collection of fortune black peppers that descend to its golden cheeks defining the superstitious figure.
The chilly pepper, which has always been considered a symbol of good luck, is an icon of the human desire to know how to govern one’s destiny.
The red Swarovski crystals accompany the definitive features of this particular item of jewellery and conclude in the horseshoes, placed at the base of his neck.
The Horseshoe is a talisman of propitious fate since from the Middle Ages, due to its metal shape it is believed to have the ability to distance silent curses.
The legends concerning the horseshoe say that it must be positioned with the extreme points upwards, just as the Lucky Black has them positioned, to make sure that luck is not only caught but also kept, because in an upside down position it would tend to slip away.
The decisive colour of this personalized jewellery piece puts the opulence of gold in chromatic contrast with black enamel, this defines the lucky symbols along with the Egyptian eye symbol of protection and all-seeing of this character.