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Making a sauce in the past, it is possible to find an ancient symbolism linked to this particular object, spread in different cultures and traditions.
The idea that this object brought luck to the wearer, think, dates back to the prehistoric period, as it was clearly compared to the strength of animals endowed by nature with their own coma cells.
Not by chance, in fact, great figures of history, used coma as an ornament, but above all as a symbol of divine strength and power.
From then on, everyone, to echo the ancient power of the leaders, began to build small croissants of different material.
In Naples, this object became a cult and symbol of popular tradition, as we know it today.
In the past, but even today, it was believed that this small object was used to ward off bad luck or even the evil eye.
However, superstition aside, today represents one of the cult objects that almost no one can do without.
In any case, since a little luck never hurts, it's good to have one, you never know if it really takes away bad luck.
"If you want your croissant to bring real luck, you have to buy one that is handmade, because it will be the same 'artist' who will infuse positive vibes into the object."
Material: Hand decorated porcelain
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