Inspired by Omamori, Laura Scott the designer of this collection, was fascinated by the concept of amulets, as a form of protection, or talisman. as a provider of luck. The kanji at the heart of the word means “to guide or protect.” Ádhmór means Good luck in Gaelic and according to tradition, the Irish belief is that the four-leaf clover brings good luck. Each leaf is believed to represent something: faith, hope, love and luck. The pure simplicity of this charm encompasses the whole concept of our Charms and is specifically meant to bring you good fortune for whatever your intended focus.
It comes with a little note inside it's Spaceform eliptical box packaging, showing that it is made in Britain and explaining it's intention.
Made of laser cut sheet acrylic, using fine marquetry to fit thinner and thicker elements together by hand, that can easily be taken apart and put back together. Each element is perfectly inset into a small and slender acrylic box with a lid that spins open. You can also thread a cord through the hole if your wish to tie it to the handle of your bag or hang it by your bedside on a hook if you prefer.
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