Lucky Charms: Beautiful Good Luck Jewellery To Wear Now
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Lucky Charms: Beautiful Good Luck Jewellery To Wear Now

Put your lucky jewels on

Feeling lucky – or in need of some good fortune? From amethysts and rose quartz gems to horseshoes, wishbones and lucky number sevens, there’s plenty of charms to channel your luck this season. These are our favourite lucky jewellery pieces on the market now.

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Beautiful Good Luck Jewellery To Wear Now

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Gold medallion with horse shoe

Rosa de la Cruz

Horseshoe Medallion, £845


The horseshoe has been a strong symbol of good luck, protection and magic throughout the years. In the Middle Ages, it was said witches and evil spirits were fearful of horses and used horseshoes for protection, while others saw horseshoe’s crescent shape as a representation of moon goddesses. This gorgeous medallion by Rosa de la Cruz provides all the magic with yellow gold and dazzling diamonds, hang it from your favourite chunky necklace or bracelet.

Brown amber stone ring

Bear Brooksbank

Citrine Planet Ring, £2,500


London jewellers Bear Brooksbank have made a citrine statement with this whopping Elizabeth Taylor-vibing cocktail ring. The citrine (otherwise known as the success stone) is almost the size of a planet and topped off with pave set yellow and brown diamonds.

Alligator gold earrings

Bibi van der Velden

Alligator Tiger’s Eye & 18kt Gold Single Earring, £4,525


For playful luxury look to Bibi van der Velden, and alligator solo earring has been meticulously designed and crafted from solid 18k gold with two green tsavorites for the eyes and tiger’s eye for the body, there’s also a hinged fastening between the biting jaws for a further touch of fun.

Silver and gold hoops

Adina Reyter

Horseshoe Big Bead Hoops, £870


For those who like to mix their metals, these tube hoops are simple in design, and one is adorned with a 14k yellow gold and diamond horseshoe big bead. The hoop measures approximately 15mm across and is available in yellow gold and sterling silver.

Gold cocktail ring


Honeycomb Diamond Bombe Ring, £19,750


Pragnell has recently launched its Honeycomb collection in partnership with The Prince’s Foundation, and its full of bee-inspired pieces. Honeycomb was considered by philosophers to be the manifestation of divine harmony in nature thanks to its composition of hexagonal prisms. It’s not only the modern philosophers who love this bombe ring, vintage in style (made famous in France in the 1920s) this ring dons expertly set hexagonal, and baguette cut diamonds totalling 3.87cts.

Horse shoe ring

Rosa de la Cruz

Horseshoe Signet Ring, £1,780


A good luck pinky ring, this statement beauty features 18k yellow gold combined with 11 white diamonds. A beautiful jewellery piece to love and wear every day – and make you feel as lucky as possible.

Pearl earrings


14K Yellow Gold Pearl and Amethyst Drop Earrings, £625


New York-based, modern fine jewellery label, Mateo is known for its range of fine gem and pearl pieces, and these earrings combine the best of both. A statement white baroque pearl hangs off a baguette-cut green amethyst, a gem that indicates vision, power, and self-love.

Green hoop necklace


Linked Gemstone Necklace, £450


Aventurine is thought to signify prosperity, compassion, and perseverance, and Mejuri have incorporated the stone in its linked necklace. In celebration of connections, there are two uniquely shaped, interlinked rings that denote the strength of a personal bond. The piece is handcrafted in 14kt solid gold and green aventurine.

Pink quartz ring

Sylvia Toledano

Gold-Tone Macaron Quartz Ring, £255


An oversized cocktail ring that’ll make a statement, this beauty is by French jeweller, Sylvia Toledano. Gold-tone brass is the setting for the oval pink quartz cabochon – a stone that represents love, gentleness, and commitment.

Jade ring

Jade Jagger

Diamond, Tiger’s Eye & 18kt Gold Ring, £1,200


Tiger’s eye is thought to have many positive properties, promoting confidence and courage. And so, cue this delicate ring by Jade Jagger. Part of her Roctagon collection, it’s been handcrafted in Jaipur, India, featuring a pencil-cut tiger’s eye that is encased in a hexagonal band, and finished round-cut white diamonds.

Seven medallion

Tilly Sveaas

Gold Number 7, from £110


Lucky number 7 has been the basis for many myths and folklore, and in ode to this, London-based Tilly Sveaas has produced a sweet little number 7 charm; it comes on a sterling silver fine curb chain that’s been plate in 23kt gold.

Green eye earrings


Evil Eye Glass and Pearl 24k Gold-Plated Earrings, £370


Founded by Verda Alaton, her jewellery brand, Tohum draws upon the influences of travel and symbolism; it’s only natural then, that the classic evil eye features in her collection — a symbol of Latin America and Asia that’s used to ward off evil intentions. In earring form, these combine 24k gold-plated hoops, small pearls and soft green glass Evil Eye charms.

Gold and rainbow bead bracelet

Anni Lu

Double Rainbow Bracelet, £108


Wear some colour with this ultra-cute rainbow bracelet – a sign of friendship, hope, and good fortune at the rainbow’s end, it’s crafted in brass with 18k gold plating, vibrant glass beads, agate, jade, amethyst, topaz and rhodonite composite, finished with a cultured freshwater rice pearl.

Gold necklace

Pascale James

Shorelines Lucky Pebble Pendant 18ct Fairtrade Gold, £ 2,645


A timeless necklace, this solid 18ct Fairtrade yellow gold pendant has been handcrafted to an organic, voluminous flow design, taking inspiration from a lucky stone that you might find along the shoreline.

Green horse show necklace

Adina Reyter

Emerald + Diamond Horseshoe Necklace, £790


Calling all emerald and diamond fans, this necklace has a vintage feel to it. Here, there’s a 14k yellow gold horseshoe with prong-set diamonds and emeralds that measures approximately 12mm x 10.5 mm, on an adjustable 15-16″ chain. It has future heirloom status.

Blue troll charm on gold hoop

Crystal Haze

Norwegian Lucky Troll, £42.99


Crystal Haze offer playful and purse-friendly jewellery with a dose of nostalgia, and so, cue the resin Norwegian Lucky Troll charms. Remember them from the ‘90s?! There’s a whole host of colourways to choose from, and finishes, choose with or without cubic zirconia. Check out the gummy bears and their Studio54 inspired crystal earrings.

Star earrings


Gold-Tone Amethyst Earrings, £88


Amethysts for every day, these round stones are finished with a gold tone star and clip fastenings for a retro look.

Gold chain bracelet


Birthstone Chain Bracelet, £105


Not just for August babies, Missoma has combined a demi chunky curb chain with a round peridot, a gemstone of good fortune (and the August birthstone). It’s made from 18k recycled fold plated vermeil on recycled sterling silver.

Pink stone ring

Suzanne Kalan

Topaz and 14kt Rose-Gold Ring, £1,330


Handmaid in Los Angles, this ring features Kalan’s signature baguette-cut gems, this time, in varying soft hues of pink topaz – a stone that represents compassion, understanding and unconditional care.

Gold necklace with pendant

Astley Clarke

Gold Stilla Labradorite Pendant Necklace, £160


A demi-fine gemstone pendant by Astley Clarke, this features a rose-cut labradorite gem, set in 18kt yellow gold-plated sterling silver. It’s finished with a gold nugget detail and their signature star-set lapis lazuli tag.

Gold ring with grey stone


Gold Plated Sterling Silver Blue Labradorite Ring, £51.35


Blue Labradorite is a stone of protection, thought to enhance spiritual awareness and psychic qualities, and you can channel this thank to this gold plated and labradorite ring by Elements. Catch it now while you can as it’s in the sale.

Wishbone earrings

Jennifer Meyer

Mini Wishbone 18-Karat Gold Diamond Earrings, £1,295


Make a wish! These Mini Wishbone earrings from LA designer, Jennifer Meyer are so cute you’ll want to keep them in. They’re handcrafted from 18k gold and set with pavé-cut diamonds. Lucky jewellery, but make it glam.

Featured image: Adina Reyter