Why is it that people are so fascinated with superstition?
You’ll find that many people and cultures have a particular fear,
belief, or form of faith in their life that is linked to superstition.
For example, a black cat is a symbol of good luck and prosperity in
Great Britain, Scotland and Japan, but is also an omen of bad luck and
misfortune in other parts of the world.
Meanwhile, throwing salt over your shoulder in many Mediterranean
cultures will deter bad luck – but a better known deterrent of harm is
the Lucky Eye, a belief shared in many cultures around the world.
Although it might look it, the Lucky Eye itself not at all wicked; it
discourages bad luck brought about by envy or praise, though it is very
rarely cast on purpose. So if someone says to you, “wow, that’s a
beautiful plate!” you might find yourself protected by the plate itself!
These beautiful Melbourne-made pottery pieces are exclusive to Peter’s
of Kensington, and are painted by hand to evoke a traditional, rustic
feel. Whatever your beliefs, you’ll find these mezze platters intriguing
and a unique part of your home décor.
Lucky Eye Turquoise Plate features:
- Made in Melbourne, Australia.
- Made from ceramic, and hand-painted and finished.
- Hand wash recommended.
- Exclusive to Peter's of Kensington!