Lucky charms and personalized jewellery The Lucky gold is the Moor of Acchitto’s mechanism ring collection that manages to express its own superstitious characterization in a unique and trendy design. Unlike any amulet, talisman or lucky charm, this one character combines the sophistication of the symbols represented, and imitated from the tradition of many different ages, a design with fresh and elegant lines.
The charismatic eyes of this Moor recall the Eye of Perfection “UTCHAT”, which
according to Egyptian myths the god Horus received it as a gift from the god Toth. Thanks to this divine intervention, the falcon-headed god Horus acquired the gift of magic and foresight.
Since then the Eye of Horus has remained the universal emblem of good fortune and its ancient mystical symbolism joins the Fortunato with the innovation that characterizes the creations of Acchitto.
The lucky charm placed on the top of Fortunato’s headdress drives away bad luck and
stands as a symbol of magic and strength. The chilli peppers that fall down are poured from the corn around the face of this personalized piece of jewellery defining its figure. Lucky charms culminate in two horseshoes placed near the chin of the Moor of fortune, in their typical U-shaped position, and are accompanied by the ruby-coloured Swarovski crystals set into the hair of this one obscure character.