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Valentina Davino Gioielli was born in Naples and knows that an amulet can make you feel safe, even if it's not logical. This pendant is ideal for anyone looking to combine style and meaning in a unique accessory.

The lucky horn, also known as the “cornicello” or “Neapolitan horn,” has ancient origins in Italian culture, especially in Southern Italy. This amulet is traditionally seen as a powerful symbol of protection against negative energies.

You can carry it with you every day to add a bit of originality and lightheartedness to a chain or bracelet, or you can give it as a gift to the person you want to wish the best of luck.

Discover the cubic zirconia lucky horn pendant to shine even brighter or the enamelled one to add some color to your look!

925 sterling silver plated with yellow gold, silver or rose gold

Pendant dimensions : 13x4 mm or 26x6 mm

Grams of silver: 2 g

[already equipped with chain ring ; chain sold separately]

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    Our creative process

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    The design

    The creative process starts with an idea, which initially takes shape in a sketch on a blank sheet of paper; the design is then studied in terms of shape and proportions by our team of experts and finally transposed into a 3D digital prototype.

    The realization

    The digital prototype is then forwarded to our handicraft workshops located in Tuscany and Valenza for the production of a series of physical prototypes, the best of which will be put into production and marketed.

    In your hands

    The jewellery is shipped in its box, which is the best way to store it, and then carefully sealed in fragrant cardboard packaging to protect it during transport.

    Our 5 tips for the care of silver jewellery

    • Keep your jewellery in a small bag or jewellery box, separate from the others
    • Avoid letting them come into contact with creams, perfumes and detergents
    • Wash them only with neutral soaps or specific silver care products
    • Do not wear them during sports activities
    • Dry them gently with a soft cloth
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