Good Luck Good Fortune

The treasure ship that, in Japanese mythology, belongs to the seven gods of fortune bears a cargo of lucky items. Below the ship appear a lobster and the outline of a wish-granting mallet, both traditional symbols of prosperity. The calligraphy above the ship and Mt. Fuji looming in the background refer to the tradtional belief that dreaming of Mt. Fuji on the first night of the new year is fortuitous.
  • 119 months ago Ravinstyle »

    The good luck ribbons that sparked a frenzy here last spring are back in a new form- chic ribbon-wrapped bangles in striking color combos conjure Brazilian good luck totems with their printed message and the jumble of precious charms that adorn each one. Solds in sets of three. $66

  • 120 months ago Sourceperrier »

    The horseshoe, always mounted upward so the luck does not run out, is a symbol of good fortune. We wish you bonne chance with this unique hand-crafted feather-filled throw pillow. An authentic pony shoe, forged by a blacksmith and hand-weathered to a rusted bronze is mounted on 100% wool herringbone in the center. A pair of tiered horsehair tassels in chestnut and bay hang from the horseshoe. A rich bay-coloured wool, with a herringbone welted border surrounds the center.

  • 122 months ago Alisamichelle »

    These very hip and cool collection of handmade pendants will be sure ot bring you good luck. They are done on red leather cord with sterling silver findings and a lobster closure. The pendant are: mozel tov, lucky dice, horseshoe, the Chinese symbol for luck, and a clover. buy one or wear a few together... We can make them longer in length if you specify. In the comments section of your order please specify which pendant you would like.

  • 124 months ago Femailcreations »

    Interesting earrings feature Chinese symbols for Journey and Good Fortune. A reminder to see each day as a new adventure and appreciate good fortune along the way. Sterling silver with light green resin center. 1/2" long. Handcrafted in the USA.

  • 127 months ago asianawest.com »

    Can this delicate, boy and girl pair of “lucky” figurines bring good fortune and prosperity to your home? Some people seem to think so, and that’s definitely the symbolic idea behind these well-crafted and vibrantly decorated Chinese display figures. Each stands about 5½”H. Sold as a pair, wooden platform shown not included