Diamond Horse-Shoe Necklaces
By combining a traditional good luck symbol with lashings of diamonds we have produced a stylish and auspicious collection of horseshoe necklaces.
Whether you are a true believer or just a lover of fine jewellery, our diamond horseshoe necklaces make stunning accessories and lifetime keepsakes.
Available in both white gold and yellow gold, each of these pendant necklaces for women are made by hand and UK hallmarked. The ideal gift to wish someone luck or to show you care, each of our gold horseshoe necklaces comes beautifully packaged in The Diamond Store's luxury presentation set.
Prices on our horseshoe necklaces are a fraction of those you will find on the high street without sacrificing on quality, plus delivery is free. There is also a 30 day money back guarantee so you can return the necklace for a full refund if not entirely satisfied (conditions apply).
Interesting Facts About HorseShoes....
The tradition of horseshoes as good luck symbols stems from an ancient legend. In it a young blacksmith was approached by Satan posing as a customer who asked for his hoofed feet to be shoed. He saw straight through the disguise, realised it was Satan and nailed the shoes on so painfully that the Devil started crying for mercy. The blacksmith made him swear never ever to enter a house with a horseshoe nailed to it. He subsequently became Saint Dunstan, and any home with a horseshoe hanging above it is believed to be protected from evil.
Should a horseshoe be hung facing up or down though? There are opposing views on this: one states that the horseshoe is hung open-side-up so that the luck does not spill out. The other says it should be hung open-side-down so that the luck can pour over you. As you will see from The Diamond Store's diamond horseshoe necklaces we support the more traditional theory that horseshoes should be suspended with the open side facing upwards.